The Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge
by P. Bourque, R. Dupuis, A. Abran, J. W. Moore, and L. L. Tripp
Publisher: IEEE 2004
Number of pages: 204
The software engineering body of knowledge is an all-inclusive term that describes the sum of knowledge within the profession of software engineering. Since it is usually not possible to put the full body of knowledge of even an emerging discipline, such as software engineering, into a single document, there is a need for a Guide to the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge. This Guide will seek to identify and describe that subset of the body of knowledge that is generally accepted, even though software engineers must be knowledgeable not only in software engineering, but also, of course, in other related disciplines.
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