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EECS 2311

EECS 2311 Announcements

  • January 6, 2020: The Moodle page for the course is now active. All further announcements will be posted there.
  • December 19, 2019: The lecture times for this course will involve working with your teammates on laptops (our classroom has plenty of power outlets). If you have a laptop, you should bring it to the lectures of EECS 2311, i.e. on Wednesdays. If you don't, you can check out a laptop from the lab monitor for the lecture time. Please allow time to do this before the lecture starts. The lab sessions will take place in LAS 1006, so a laptop is not required, but you are welcome to work on your laptop during the lab sessions.
  • December 19, 2019: The lab session on January 6 will not contain any guided instruction. Students must ensure that they are able to log in their EECS account in LAS 1006, and they should familiarize themselves with the environment, particularly creating and compiling Eclipse projects.
  • August 2, 2019: This webpage was just created. Information will be added to it as it becomes available.

EECS 2311 Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the course, students should be able to:

  • Describe the requirements of a large software system.
  • Select appropriate system elements for a high-level design description.
  • Derive and implement test cases at the unit and system level.
  • Produce a detailed user manual for an interactive system.
  • Implement a large software system.
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2020/01/06 14:46