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Software Engineering Lab

Software Engineering Lab
type: Lecture
place: on appointment
time: on appointment
start: 10/20/2009
lecturer: H. Hartenstein,
K. Jünemann,
N. An,
J. Dinger
sws: 4

The introduction to the course will take place on  20.10.2009 at 15:45 in HSaF (Auditorium on Fasanengarten, Building 50.35). The software projects will be introduced and explained in more details there.

The “Software Development 8” is a compulsory course that is held for students pursuing Informatics Bachelor's Degree. In the context of this course, students, in a team of approximately 6 participants, should conduct a complete software project in compliance with software engineering. The main goals are to get an introduction to software design and quality management, to exercise implementation skills and to collaborate in a team.

The tasks include, but not limited to:

  • Preparation of specifications including application scenarios
  • Object-oriented design along with detailed specification
  • Implementation in object-oriented language
  • Functional tests
  • Usage of tools such as Eclipse or JUnit
  • Presentation of the complete system.

Briefly on our software project: The project tasks are similar to the ones of DARPA Urban Challenge. The driver model has to be conceptually designed and implemented in a way that the vehicle would move, as fast as possible, from A to B, without creating accidents. We would provide you with a traffic simulator along with a novel car-to-car communication model.

You will inquire further information during the introduction presentation as well as from the website Software Development Lab.


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