1. Introduction to Software Engineering. Outline. Lecture 1 W hat is software Software is Everywhere Software Crisis and S oftware Failures From Software Development to S oftware Engineering D evelopment Activities. 1. What is software. 1.1 Software vs. Hardware.
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The first general-purpose electronic computer, ENIAC
After the program was figured out on paper, the process of getting the program "into" the ENIAC by manipulating its switches and cables took additional days.
Glen Beck (background) and Betty Snyder (foreground) program the ENIAC in BRL building 328. (U.S. Army photo)
Grace Murray Hopper (1906-1992)
The First Programmer
The Inventor of Cobol
Time1.4 Software Characteristics
Increased failure rate due to side effects
We waste billions of dollars each year on entirely preventable mistakes
Sources: Business Week, CEO Magazine, Computerworld, InfoWeek, Fortune, The New York Times, Time, and The Wall Street Journal.
1. Mariner Bugs Out (1962)
Cost: $18.5 million
Disaster: The Mariner 1 rocket with a space probe headed for Venus diverted from its intended flight path shortly after launch. Mission Control destroyed the rocket 293 seconds after liftoff.
Cause: A programmer incorrectly transcribed a handwritten formula into computer code, missing a single superscript bar. Without the smoothing function indicated by the bar, the software treated normal variations of velocity as if they were serious, causing faulty corrections that sent the rocket off course
Cost: $500 billion
Disaster: One man’s disaster is another man’s fortune, as demonstrated by the infamous Y2K bug. Businesses spent billions on programmers to fix a glitch in legacy software. While no significant computer failures occurred, preparation for the Y2K bug had a significant cost and time impact on all industries that use computer technology.
Cause: To save computer storage space, legacy software often stored the year for dates as two digit numbers, such as “99″ for 1999. The software also interpreted “00″ to mean 1900 rather than 2000, so when the year 2000 came along, bugs would result.
2) The Project is deliver late, over budget, or both
3) The Project delivers poor quality software.
4) The project under delivers.
1. It is a modeling activity
Unidirectional, no way backfinish this step before moving to the next
UML = Unified Modeling Language
Software systems which are intended to provide automated support for software process activities, such as requirements analysis, system modelling, debugging and testing
* Some materials come from Bernd Bruegge & Allen H. Dutoit’s PPT and others from Internet