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Coding

We

Mariner 1

Destructive abort 294.5 seconds after launch

$18.5 million

1962

During implementation, a smoothing operation was left out

Control center thought that they lost control of the rocket

... and destroyed it

Panama City Radiotherapy Accident

2000

Wrong Radiation Dose Calculation

Lack of Treatment Plan Verification

Beam Blocks

Too much Radiation

At least 9 Patients died (maybe 17)

many different SDLs

highly dependent on project

project-based course

Hands-on Knowledge + Research

My name is

Daniel Haehn

Ham

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Loraine Franke

TAs

Jesse Freeman

M / W / F

Class 11:00 - 11:50a

Office Hours 1:00 - 2:30p

M /  F

34 Lectures

Project (80% of final grade)

Participation (20% of final grade)

No Exams / No Assignments

Team Selection 5%

Proposal (Requirements, Specification, and Design) 20%

Implementation, Deployment, and Testing 25%

Project Presentation 10%

Documentation 20%

2/5

2/19

2/26

3/26

5/21

Team Selection

Client Presentations

Project Proposal

Revised Project Proposal

Final Project Documentation

No class

No class

No class

Project Presentations

5/03

No class

Kristen Laird

Wednesday 2/10 TBD

Nam W. Kim

Monday 3/1

Mike Chabot

Wednesday 3/10

Rudolph Pienaar

Wednesday 3/22

Fritz Lekschas

Wednesday 4/7

Hands-on Days!

1/29 Environment

2/12 UML

2/19 Overleaf / Project Proposal

3/5 C++ Basics

3/12 C++ Functions and Classes

3/26 C++ Arrays and Vectors

4/2 C++ Templates

4/9 C++ and Python with Cython!

4/16 Testing Frameworks

You need a laptop!

Mail staff@cs410.net if you don't have one!

Fridays

Please sign-up at github.com and overleaf.com !

Blackboard

Slides + Videos

Project Descriptions

Discussions

Instructions

 

https://umb.umassonline.net/

Be Self-Motivated

Ask Questions

Request Feedback

To succeed in this course:

Participation (20%)

Class Attendance (skip max. 4)

 

Weekly Status Meetings with TAs

 

Discussions in Blackboard

#cs410

Syllabus

CS410 Lecture 01

By Daniel Haehn

CS410 Lecture 01

Slides for CS410 Software Engineering at UMass Boston. See https://cs410.net!

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