Ch 9: Component-Level Design in Software Engineering

About This Chapter

If you need to review the fundamentals of component-level design for an upcoming exam, assignment or professional development, look no further than this chapter. Inside, you'll find short lessons, as well as fun self-assessment quizzes that can be accessed on any Internet-connected device.

Component-Level Design in Software Engineering - Chapter Summary

This self-paced software engineering chapter outlines the basics of component-level design. Complete the chapter at your own pace to learn about component-level design's applications, steps, processes and principles. The lessons are accompanied by short quizzes that are designed to reinforce the material. You can check your understanding of component-level design by taking the multiple-choice exam that's offered at the end of the chapter. Use the Ask the Expert feature if you have any questions, and feel free to access the chapter online at any time that fits your schedule. When you're finished, you should be able to:

  • Compare types of component-level design
  • Address the principles and process of class-based component design
  • Explain each step of component-level design
  • Discuss competent-level design's practical software engineering applications

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