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COMP401
Topics in Operating Systems

COMP413
Topics in Computer Networks

COMP414
Carrier and ISP Networks

COMP418
Cyber Security

COMP421
Machine Learning Algorithms

COMP423
Data Stream Mining

COMP424
Interaction Design

COMP426
Engineering Interactive Systems

COMP427
Cloud Computing Technologies and Security

COMP432
Information Visualisation

COMP436
Advanced Graphics and Computer Games

COMP439
Usability Engineering

COMP440
Software Engineering Methodologies

COMP442
Web Search: Technical and Social Issues

COMP443
Information Management

COMP448
Developing Mobile Applications

COMP450
Location-Based Systems as Context-Aware Systems

COMP452
Model Checking

COMP453
Extremely Parallel Programming

COMP455
Bioinformatics

COMP456
Computational Finance

COMP460
Turing Topics

COMP477
Report of an Investigation

2014 Papers
Level 4 Papers >> All Papers
COMP440B Software Engineering Methodologies

15 Points

Agile methods are challenging conventional wisdom regarding systems development processes and practices; effectively putting process on a diet and investing in people and teams. This paper has a strong industry focus and will cover both the theory and practice of software engineering methods and how they have evolved since the mid-1900s.

Pre Requisite Papers
Three 300 level Computer Science papers, including
COMP314 Software Engineering Project or
COMP315 Information Systems Development

Corresponding Papers
COMP540 Software Engineering Methodologies

Lecturers and Tutors

B Semester

    Lecturer(s)

    • Dr. Craig Taube-Schock
      Room: G.2.04
      Phone: +64 7 838 4768


Timetable
Official Timetable Information

Assessment Ratio
Internal assessment/final examination ratio 1:0

Assessment Components

  • Term Report: 30%
  • Presentation: 30%
  • Introspective reports: 30%
  • Participation: 10%

Grading Schedule
Each assessment component will be assigned a letter grade based on the following criteria:

Grade Criteria
A Demonstrates comprehensive understanding of subject matter.
B Demonstrates above average understanding of subject matter.
C Demonstrates satisfactory understanding of subject matter.
RP Demonstrates minimal understanding of subject matter.
E Demonstrates insufficient understanding of subject matter.
+ or - will be used to demonstrate strong or weak performance in the above categories.

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