|ELECTRIC-ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (ENGLISH, NONTHESIS)|
|Master||TR-NQF-HE: Level 7||QF-EHEA: Second Cycle||EQF-LLL: Level 7|
|Course Code||Course Name||Semester||Theoretical||Practical||Credit||ECTS|
|SEN5104||Advanced System Analysis and Design II||Fall||3||0||3||12|
|This catalog is for information purposes. Course status is determined by the relevant department at the beginning of semester.|
|Language of instruction:||English|
|Type of course:||Departmental Elective|
|Mode of Delivery:||Face to face|
|Course Coordinator :||Prof. Dr. ADEM KARAHOCA|
|Recommended Optional Program Components:||None|
|Course Objectives:||Provides in depth the concepts, principals, methods, and best practices in software architectures; emphasizes on team projects to architect domain-specific architectures, service-oriented architectures, product-line architectures, adaptive and generative architectures. This course provides an overview for software engineering concepts and architectures. Students will work in small groups to design and implement software applications. The course will also provide a high-level overview of the software engineering discipline: software requirements, software design, software construction, software management, and software quality and testing.|
The students who have succeeded in this course;
1. Define the phases of the software development lifecycle and be able to define them.
2. Describe the difference between project and process metrics.
3. Define the terms version control and change control.
4. Describe methods for performing requirements elicitation and requirements analysis.
5. Discuss important design principles such as information hiding and abstraction.
6. Discuss the differences between structured and object oriented analysis and design.
7. Define key testing terms such as black box testing and white box testing.
8. Perform the activities of the software lifecycle for a small to medium software project.
|The content of this course is included several issues such as product, process, project management, metrics, project planning, systems engineering, analysis concepts, analysis modeling, risk, SQA, project scheduling, SCM, design concepts, architecture design, user interface design, other design topics, technical metrics, OO concepts, OOA, OOD, software testing techniques and strategies, software maintenance, software testing techniques and strategies, OO metrics and A case study in software architecture – the A-7E Operational Flight Program|
|2)||Project Management, Metrics, Project Planning|
|4)||Analysis Concepts, Analysis Modeling|
|5)||Risk, SQA, Project Scheduling, SCM|
|7)||Architecture Design, User Interface Design, Other Design Topics|
|8)||Architecture Design, User Interface Design, Other Design Topics / Midterm I|
|9)||Technical Metrics, OO Concepts, OOA, OOD|
|10)||Software Testing Techniques and Strategies|
|11)||Software maintenance, Software Testing Techniques and Strategies , OO Metrics|
|12)||Software maintenance, Software Testing Techniques and Strategies , OO Metrics / Midterm II|
|13)||A Case Study in Software Architecture – the A-7E Operational Flight Program|
|Course Notes / Textbooks:||Craig Larman
Applying UML and Patterns: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and Iterative Development, 3/E
ISBN-10: 0131489062 | ISBN-13: 9780131489066
Roger S. Pressman
Software Engineering: A Practitioner's Approach, Sixth
Edition , McGraw-Hill
|References:||Software Architecture in Practice, 2/e
Bass, Clements & Kazman
2003 | Addison-Wesley Professional | Cloth; 560 pp
ISBN-10: 0321154959 | ISBN-13: 9780321154958
|Semester Requirements||Number of Activities||Level of Contribution|
|Homework Assignments||2||% 10|
|PERCENTAGE OF SEMESTER WORK||% 50|
|PERCENTAGE OF FINAL WORK||% 50|
|No Effect||1 Lowest||2 Low||3 Average||4 High||5 Highest|
|Program Outcomes||Level of Contribution|