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Experience Report: A Software Maintenance Project Course
 

Summary: Experience Report:
A Software Maintenance Project Course
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James H. Andrews and Hanan L. Lutfiyya
Department of Computer Science
University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario, CANADA
--andrews,hanan¯@csd.uwo.ca
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December 8, 1999
Abstract: A report is made on an experience of teaching a senior­year
course on software maintenance, centred around a maintenance project. The
main triumphs and pitfalls are recounted, and recommendations are made
on project selection and general course conduct.
1 Introduction
Software maintenance refers to the modifications that are made to software
after its initial release [1]. Given the costs of new system development, it is
rare to develop software systems from scratch. Much more common is the
need to modify an existing system, whether to repair design faults, adapt to
new hardware, or address evolving user requirements. In concert with this

  

Source: Andrews, Jamie - Department of Computer Science, University of Western Ontario

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences