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Some rush fees may apply. Add to Cart. View Full Details and Buy. Complementary Documents and Links:. The computer field is continuing to expand. New terms are being generated and new meanings are being adopted for existing terms. Its purpose is to identify terms currently in use in the computer field and to establish standard definitions for these terms. The dictionary is intended to serve as a useful reference for those in the computer field and for those who come into contact with computers either through their work or in their everyday lives.
This glossary contains the terms related to Software Engineering. Every effort has been made to use definitions from established standards in this dictionary. When existing standards were found to be incomplete, unclear, or inconsistent with other entries in the dictionary, however, new, revised, or composite definitions have been developed.
This glossary defines terms in the field of Software Engineering. Topics covered include addressing; assembling, compiling, linking, loading; computer performance evaluation; configuration management; data types; errors, faults, and failures; evaluation techniques; instruction types; language types; libraries; microprogramming; operating systems; quality attributes; software documentation; software and system testing; software architecture; software development process; software development techniques; and software tools.
Every effort has been made to include all terms that meet these criteria. Terms were excluded if they were considered to be parochial to one group or organization; company proprietary or trademarked; multi-word terms whose meaning could be inferred from the definitions of the component words; or terms whose meaning in the computer field could be directly inferred from their standard English meaning.
A few terms that were included in the initial glossary have been moved to other glossaries in the series. Some definitions have been recast in a system, rather than software, context. Every effort has been made to preserve the fine work that went into the initial glossary. Browse Publishers. Top Sellers. My Account. Corporate Sustainability.
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Standard Glossary of Software Engineering Terminology
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