Software Engineering Literature
This page contains a selection from the software engineering literature and pointers
to sites with useful information.
Material for the course year 2009/2010
- Ian Sommerville. Software Engineering 9, International Edition. 773 pp. Pearson. ISBN: 9780137053469. [Home Page]
A list of the chapters which need to be read for the exam can be found here.
- Materials for the guest lecture of Jan Grijpink can be found below.
- J.H.A.M. Grijpink, Chain analysis for large-scale communication systems: a methodology for information exchange in chains (2010), volume 1, article 1, pp. 1-32. Download
- J.H.A.M. Grijpink, T. Visser, J.J. Dijkman and M.G.A. Plomp, Towards an information strategy for the manic-depressive disorder chain-of-care (2010), volume 1, article 2, pp. 1-11. Download
These should be studied before the lecture. If you find this material too heavy-going, consider getting (and reading) the book J.H.A.M. Grijpink en M.G.A. Plomp (red), Kijk op ketens, het ketenlandschap van Nederland, 2009 1e druk (ISBN 978-90-811470-2-6), hoofdstuk 1 t/m 7. Boekcode KOK for 15 euro via firstname.lastname@example.org instead. Non-Dutch speakers are advised to consult tba
Other material of interest
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- Frederick P. Brooks, Jr. The Mythical Man-Month. Addison-Wesley, 1995.
- Albert Endres and Dieter Rombach. A Handbook of Software and Systems Engineering. Addison Wesley, 2003.
- Shari Lawrence Pfleeger. Software Engineering. Theory and Practice. Prentice Hall, second edition, 2001.
- Roger S. Pressman. Software Engineering. A practioner's Approach. McGrawHill, fourth edition, 1997.