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UOTTAWASEG 2105Miguel GarzonWinter

SEG 2105 Study Guide - Final Guide: User Interface Design, Singleton Pattern, User Interface

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Domain analysis: the process by which software engineer learns about the domain to better understand the problem: The domain is the general field of bu
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UOTTAWASEG 2105Miguel GarzonWinter

SEG 2105 Study Guide - Final Guide: Immutable Object, Domain Model, Sequence Diagram

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Quality req: constraints on the design to meet specified levels of quality. Resource usage, reliability, availability, recovery from failure, allowance
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UOTTAWASEG 3102Stephane SomeFall

SEG 3102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Common Object Request Broker Architecture, Component Object Model, Information Hiding

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Physical: use case view: show requirements (model: uml uc, uml interaction diagrams, text, logical view: 1. support requirements; 2. include key abstra
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UOTTAWASEG 2105Miguel GarzonFall

SEG2105- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 15 pages long!)

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Nature of software: software is intangible, software is easy to replace, the industry is labour intensive, hard to automate, software is easy to modify
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UOTTAWASEG 2105Efharis KostalaFall

SEG2105- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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UOTTAWASEG 2105Miguel GarzonWinter

[SEG2105] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (69 pages long)

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Types of software and their differences: custom software is developed to meet the specific needs of a particular customer and tends to be of little use
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UOTTAWASEG 2105Miguel GarzonWinter

SEG 2105 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Software Projects, Abstract Type, Instance Variable

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Design and architecture we also rely on plans uml to design plan we use this language. It doesn"t"t waste resources such as cpu time and memory. It doe
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