Chair of software engineering: Dependability

SS 2021

Due to COVID-19 crisis, this lecture will be only offered digitally through OLAT platform.

GOALS OF THIS LECTURE

Students would gain an understanding of the interrelationships, processes, and technical content of a software development project. They would also have an overview of the software development lifecycle phases, such as requirements engineering, software design, software implementation and software testing.

 

CONTENTS OF THE LECTURE

  • Process Models
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Effort Estimation
  • Project Planning
  • UML Analysis and Design
  • From UML to Program
  • Software Testing

 

MATERIAL

  • Materials for the lecture (lecture slides) and for the tutorial (exercise sheets) would be published regularly in Olat.
  • Additional literature
    additional literature for the lecture would be coming soon.

 

ORGANISATIONAL

LECTURER

Prof. Dr. Peter Liggesmeyer
Room 32/425
Office hours: on appointment with Secretary Caroline Frey
 

SCHEDULE

The lecture FSA consists of 2 SWS lecture and 1 SWS tutorial.

Additional information for the first tutorial will be published soon.

  • Lecture:
    2 SWS - new lecture would be available in Olat every Monday.
    First lecture on Monday, Apr. 19th.
  • Tutorial:
    1 SWS - new exercise sheet would be available every second week. Explainatory video would be published one week after.
  • Exam:
    This SS we offer one exam date only. The exact date and time of the exam will be decided later.

    The exam duration is 90 minutes. Bring a valid student identification. If it does not have a picture of you, bring a valid photo ID along.
    You are allowed to use:
    • A non-programmable calulator
    • A DIN A4 size sheet with notes printed or handwritten on both sides
    • A language dictionary without any notes

 

TUTORIAL

Rasha Abu Qasem

Office hours: on appointment

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WS 2020/21

CONTENTS OF THE LECTURE

This lecture does not take place this semester. An exam will be held. Information about last year's lecture can be found below

 

ORGANISATIONAL

LECTURER

Prof. Dr. Peter Liggesmeyer
Room 32/425
Office hours: on appointment with Secretary Caroline Frey

CONTACT

Rasha Abu Qasem
Room: 32/429
Office hours: on appointment

EXAM

As compared to the previous semesters, only one exam date is offered every semester.

There will be an exam for FSE this winter semester WS20/21 at 05.03.2021 from 09.00 hrs to 10.30 hrs. The room details will be communicated to you few days before the exam.

The exam takes 90 minutes. Entrance time is 15 minutes before the beginning.

You are allowed to use:

  • A non-programmable calculator
  • A double page sheet of paper size DIN A4 with notes printed or handwritten
  • A language dictionary without notes

Bring a valid student identification, if it has no picture of you, bring also a valid picture ID.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

All announcements are also posted on the SEDA main page.

SS 2020

Diese Vorlesung wird nur in englischer Sprache angeboten.

Due to COVID-19 crisis, this lecture will be only offered digitally through OLAT platform.

GOALS OF THIS LECTURE

Students would gain an understanding of the interrelationships, processes, and technical content of a software development project. They would also have an overview of the software development lifecycle phases, such as requirements engineering, software design, software implementation and software testing.

 

CONTENTS OF THE LECTURE

  • Process Models
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Effort Estimation
  • Project Planning
  • UML Analysis and Design
  • From UML to Program
  • Software Testing

 

MATERIAL

 

ORGANISATIONAL

LECTURER

Prof. Dr. Peter Liggesmeyer
Room 32/425
Office hours: on appointment with Secretary Caroline Frey
 

SCHEDULE

The lecture FSA consists of 2 SWS lecture and 1 SWS tutorial.

Additional information for the first tutorial will be published soon.

  • Lecture:
    2 SWS - held weekly:
    Mon, 11:45 - 13:15, Room 46-210
    First lecture on Monday, Apr. 20th.
  • Tutorial:
    1 SWS - held every two weeks
    Dates and timing are not decided yet.
  • Exam:
    This year we offer two exam dates:
    First exam's date: 19.08.2020
    Second exam's date: 07.10.2020


    The exam is for 90 minutes. Bring a valid student identification. If it does not have a picture of you, bring a valid photo ID along.
    You are allowed to use:
    • A non-programmable calulator
    • A DIN A4 size sheet with notes printed or handwritten on both sides
    • A language dictionary without any notes

 

TUTORIAL

Rasha Abu Qasem

Office hours: on appointment

ENTRY IN KIS-SYSTEM

Lecture

ENTRY IN OLAT-PLATFORM

Lecture

Announcements

Please look at   news page for any announcement.

 

GOALS OF THIS LECTURE

Students would gain an understanding of the interrelationships, processes, and technical content of a software development project. They would also have an overview of the software development lifecycle phases, such as requirements engineering, software design, software implementation and software testing.

 

CONTENTS OF THE LECTURE

  • Process Models
  • Requirements Engineering
  • Effort Estimation
  • Project Planning
  • UML Analysis and Design
  • From UML to Program
  • Software Testing

 

MATERIAL

ORGANISATIONAL

LECTURER

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Liggesmeyer
Room 32/425
Office hours: on appointment with Secretary Caroline Frey

 

SCHEDULE

The lecture FSA consists of 2 SWS lecture and 1 SWS tutorial.

Additional information for the first tutorial will be published soon.

  • Lecture:
    2 SWS - held weekly:
    Mon, 11:45 - 13:15, Room 46-210
    First lecture on Monday, Apr. 15th.
  • Tutorial:
    1 SWS - held every two weeks
    Fri, 08:15 - 09:45, Room 42-110
    Wed, 10:00 - 11:30, Room 42-110
  • Exam:
    The exam is for 90 minutes. Bring a valid student identification. If it does not have a picture of you, bring a valid photo ID along.
    You are allowed to use:
    • A non-programmable calculator
    • A DIN A4 size sheet with notes printed or handwritten on both sides
    • A language dictionary without any notes

First date: 15.08.2019, 13.30 - 15.00 hrs, Room 42-115, 42-110 (Distribution of students in rooms will be updated again)
Second date: 02.10.2019, 09.00 - 10.30 hrs, Room 42-115

TUTORIAL

Rasha Abu Qasem
Nikita Bhardwaj Haupt
Office hours: on appointment

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Announcements

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