Purpose of this course is to study foundations, techniques, tools and applications of automated software engineering . . . techniques for constructing, understanding, adapting, and modelling software artifacts and processes . . . specification and design representation schemes, both formal and informal; descriptions and models of the development process; tools and environments to support software development; cognition in software development, designers and implementers, and cognitive properties of representation schemes, programming and programming languages; . . . .” This is a broad field indeed, and almost everything is included that could possibly be claimed as a part of software engineering. But the breadth is justified.
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