Abstract: How to use the software tools provided by UNIX in the context of the full software life cycle.
Keywords: book review, software, unix, programming, software engineering, analysis, design, requirements, feasibility, implementation, testing, maintenance, C computer program language.

Title: Software Engineering in the UNIX/C Environment
Author: William Bruce Frakes, Brian A. Nejmeh, Christopher John Fox
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Date Published: February 1991
ISBN: 0138297630
LOCN: QA76.758.F73 1991
Dewey: 005.1 20
Pages: 262
Bibliography: 140
Figures: 16
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Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Concept Exploration and Requirements Specification

Chapter 3: Software Design Process

Chapter 4: Program Readability

Chapter 5: Low-Level Programming

Chapter 6: High-Level Programming

Chapter 7: UNIX Tools for Coding Phase of Life Cycle

Chapter 8: Software Testing and Quality Assurance

Chapter 9: Software Maintenance and Configuration Management

Chapter 10: Future Trends

Appendix A: ccount Project Documents

Appendix B: ccount Source Code

Appendix C: Engineering Document Templates

Appendix D: Rules of C Programming Practice

Appendix E: Code Inspection Checklist


Author:        Frakes, William B. (William Bruce), 1952-
Title:         Software engineering in the UNIX/C environment /
                  William B. Frakes, Christopher J. Fox, Brian A. Nejmeh.
Published:     Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c1991.
Description:   x, 262 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series:        Prentice Hall software series
LC Call No.:   QA76.758.F73 1991
Dewey No.:     005.1 20
ISBN:          0138297630
Notes:         At head of title: AT&T.
               Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-255)
                  and index.
Subjects:      Software engineering.
               UNIX (Computer file)
               C (Computer program language)
Other authors: Fox, Christopher John.
               Nejmeh, Brian A.
Other authors: American Telephone and Telegraph Company.
Series Entry:  Prentice-Hall software series
Control No.:   90024191 //r92


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