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Perspectives on Software Documentation

Inquiries and Innovations (Baywood"s Technical Communications Series)

by Thomas T. Barker

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  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Baywood Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Software engineering,
  • Software Quality Control,
  • Computers - General Information,
  • Computer Books: General,
  • General,
  • Software documentation,
  • Computer Bks - General Information

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages279
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9404523M
    ISBN 100895030691
    ISBN 109780895030696

    The documentation is a collection of Markdown or AsciiDoc documents, one per section, which are rendered in the web browser. This content is uploaded in a workspace along with the software architecture model, which makes it easy to embed diagrams from that workspace. WRITING SOFTWARE DOCUMENTATION Adapted from Writing Software Documentation: A Task-Oriented Approach, by Thomas T. Barker. Computer documentation, when done correctly, enhances the value of the software described by making it .

    Any software development life cycle (SDLC) includes an SRS record that stands for software requirement specification, documentation that contains detailed information on how software should run. It gives a complete overview of functional and non-functional requirements. However, different forms of documentation are needed to comply with the diverse needs of users. In order to avoid the maintenance of numerous versions of the same documentation, an integrated method from the field of reference modeling creating perspectives on configurable models is presented and evaluated against a case in the field of health Cited by: 3.

    By Lindsay Emory Moore and Yvonne Earnshaw. Abstract. Purpose: The purpose of this article is to address the changing identity of the technical communication (TC) field based on how it’s defined, what hard and soft skills are needed, what courses are beneficial, and how to best prepare students for the evolving workplace. Method: We interviewed 15 technical .   Paul Clements is a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI), where he has worked since leading or coleading projects in software product-line engineering and software architecture documentation and s this one, Clements is the coauthor of two other practitioner-oriented books 3/5(1).


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This book is designed to address the randomness of the literature on software documentation. As anyone interested in software documentation is aware. As the title suggests, the book provides new perspectives on software documentation and is itself divided into two parts.

Part 1, "Inquiries," focuses on three areas of central concern to software documenters: education and research, the influence of cognitive science, and issues of design. Designed to address the randomness of the literature on software documentation.

This book contains a variety of perspectives, tied together by the. The Csound Book: Perspectives in Software Synthesis, Sound Design, Many have lamented the terse documentation of the Csound manual since it does not provide sufficient examples of how the various opcodes and features of the language may be used by composers and researchers.

The Csound Book succeeds brilliantly in filling the void/5(24). Software documentation is a critical attribute of both software projects and software engineering in general. Documentation is considered as a media of communication among the parties involved. Documentation is a set of documents provided on paper, or online, or on digital or analog media, such as audio tape or es are user guides, white papers, on-line help, quick-reference guides.

Paper or hard-copy documentation has become less common. Welcome. This web site contains a selection of supporting material for the book, including sample chapters, references and white papers. Click on a menu item at the top to find out more about our key concepts of Stakeholders, Viewpoints and Perspectives, and to sample some material from the book.

Click on Resources to browse through some other material we have written, jointly. Software documentation, Page 4, Printed 7/11/01 4. Working papers These are often the principal technical communication documents in a project.

They record the ideas and thoughts of the engineers working on the project, are interim versions of product documentation, describe implementation strategies and set out problems which have been Size: 46KB. Perspectives on Free and Open Source Software brings together leading analysts and researchers to address this question, examining specific aspects of F/OSS in a way that is both scientifically rigorous and highly relevant to real-life managerial and technical book analyzes a number of key topics: the motivation behind F/OSS—why.

Software documentation and training tends to focus too much on an error-exclusive approach. Three types of error-inclusive approaches (error-tolerant, error-induced, and error-guided) provide food for thought on why and how errors can be treated in software documentation and training.

Perspectives On Software Requirements presents perspectives on several current approaches to software requirements.

Each chapter addresses a specific problem where the authors summarize their experiences and results to produce well-fit and traceable requirements. PERSPECTIVES Software Solutions (PSS) GmbH is a Swiss company founded in by F.J. Rüegger and D. Tomic whose primary activities are in the field of software development and consulting.

Services provided include the full-cycle of project development – from the initial concept towards the implementation, deployment, end-user training and. Perspectives on Data Science for Software Engineering presents the best practices of seasoned data miners in software engineering.

The idea for this book was created during the conference at Dagstuhl, an invitation-only gathering of leading computer scientists who meet to identify and discuss cutting-edge informatics topics. In book: Perspectives on Data Science for Software Engineering, pp within and between software documentation as well as an understanding.

Proteome Software News Check out Scaffold DIA. Scaffold Elements, version and an updated version of perSPECtives is available. Visit our Solutions page for product highlights. Perspectives We use viewpoints (such as the Functional, Information, and Deployment viewpoints) to guide the process of capturing and representing the architecture as a set of views, with the development of each view being guided by the use of a specific creating a view, your focus is on the issues, concerns, and solutions pertinent to that view.

But I found the terminology a little hard to follow, and I'm not sure I would be able to learn from this book if I didn't already have prior experience with this kind of documentation.

Although not specifically about documenting, I found 'Just Enough Software Architecture' was a more understandable justification for doing it/5. Architecture is crucial to the success of any large software system -- but even a superb architecture will fail if it isn't communicated well.

Now, there's a language- and notation-independent guide to capturing architecture so it can be used successfully by every analyst, software designer, and developer. The authors review the diverse goals and uses of software 3/5(1). Find a deploy procedure for a software product.

Copy it, making changes. If you want to write a description of a "software structure" or "DB structure", do this. Find a description for software that you like and understand.

Copy it, making changes. That is almost exactly the way we teach English in America. The Csound Book: Perspectives in Software Synthesis, Sound Design, Signal Processing Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.4/5(12). 1. “Software Architecture: Foundations, Theory, and Practice”, Richard N. Taylor, Nenad Medvidović, and Eric M. Dashofy, John Wiley and Sons, We were quite impressed by the rigor with which the topics were covered and the depth of treatment of the topics.

In our opinion, this is the best textbook available in the world today for us to learn about software .Book Description.

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Great software engineers empowered with authority, information, resources and a compelling mission make great software engineering teams. As Jim Collins wrote in his book “Good to Great,” “Get the right people on the bus, the wrong people off the bus, and the right people in the right seats.”.