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FIT3013 AJH-2008-00

Formal Specification for Software Engineering

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20081013:100036
The Refinement slides from last week have been updated (thanks to Prof Ken Robinson, who took on board the feedback from our discussion). The main change has been to separate the queue token names into a different set (as we discussed). (I did say this is state-of-the-art material )
20080915:191302
Discussion 3 is now available.
20080820:094956
Assignment 2 and Discussion 2 are now available.
20080724:100008
Both the first assignment and the first discussion issue are now available.

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Teaching and Learning Methods

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Related Links

Links to other web pages relevant to this unit:

  1. Why Design Software?
  2. some helpful set theory pages
  3. Can Software Kill You?
  4. The Top 10 IT Disasters of all time

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If you find a useful URL, please send it to John Hurst, so that others can check it out as well.


Document History

20080724:100921 7.0.2 ajh updated news to add links to ass1 diss1
20080624:172521 7.0.1 ajh revised to follow new university template
20080414:130218 7.0.0 ajh initial page for 2008

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