Hello, my name is Nazim Madhavji September 2016 N.H. Madhavji, UWO 1 I live here .... sometimes MC 381 September 2016 N.H. Madhavji, UWO 2
Or mainly here [email protected] September 2016 N.H. Madhavji, UWO 3 Courses I teach CS 3307a: OO Design and Analysis CS 9549b: Software Architectures CS 9864b: Software Engineering for Big Data Applications and Analytics CS 9863b: Empirical Research Methods CS 9551a: Requirements Engineering (dormant) September 2016
Advanced OO concepts Design patterns and Anti-patterns OO metrics and Quality Control Dynamic models Group work Real-world project involves a customer Evolutionary project September 2016 N.H. Madhavji, UWO 5
Learning Objectives CS9549b (Software Architectures) different types of software architectures Quality attributes, tradeoffs, sensitive points, risks Design approaches Evaluation of architectures Group work Cloud infrastructure (IBMs Bluemix) Micro-services and architecture September 2016 N.H. Madhavji, UWO
6 Learning Objectives cs9863b (Empirical Research Methods) Controlled experiments Case studies
Action research Exploratory studies Replications Active reviews Empirical paradigms: GQM, QIP, etc. Threats to validation Theory building & evaluation Empirical study project; analysis of your own research. m r o D September 2016 N.H. Madhavji, UWO a
t n 7 Learning Objectives cs9863b (Requirements Engineering)
How to elicit, analyse and validate requirements, Different types of requirements, Methods for formulating software requirements, Issues related to requirements management, Models of requirements, and Requirements processes and the roles of the people involved. Project of creating a Software Requirements Specification (SRS) . t September 2016 n a m r o D
N.H. Madhavji, UWO 8 Learning Objectives cs9864b (SE for Big Data Applications and Analytics) Domain of Big Data and Data Analytics Emerging work on SE and Big Data Models of software engineering, maintenance and evolution of Big Data applications software Integrating Big Data characteristics in software Project (2015): Develop Big Data application on a cloud using micro-services and streaming and unstructured data. September 2016
N.H. Madhavji, UWO 9 Teaching: Research-based Not only develop software but also gather and analyse data on product quality, decisionmaking, processes, etc., to answer investigative questions. Students can do Enrichment Studies (miniresearch) on a topic of their choice. One-on-one supervision. September 2016 N.H. Madhavji, UWO 10 Research Focus
Requirements Engineering Software/System Architectures Complex Defects Big Data Software Engineering Compliance issues in Development September 2016 N.H. Madhavji, UWO 11 Example Research Topics Compliance issues in system requirements Requirements specification (SRS) validation
Interactions between requirements and system architectures Architectural decisions and conflicts Architecture metrics Multiple Component Defects (MCDs) Faulty component detection Big Data Software Engineering September 2016 N.H. Madhavji, UWO 12 Avoid the void Lets get cracking! September 2016 N.H. Madhavji, UWO
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