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SOFTWARE ENGINEERING FOR SCIENCE
Título:
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING FOR SCIENCE
Subtítulo:
Autor:
CARVER, J
Editorial:
CRC PRESS
Año de edición:
2016
ISBN:
978-1-4987-4385-3
Páginas:
274
86,95 €

 

Sinopsis

Features

Provides the first comprehensive book to explore software engineering for computational science
Presents state-of-the-art practices for scientific software development
Include case studies and real-world examples
Features contributions from leading experts
Summary

Software Engineering for Science provides an in-depth collection of peer-reviewed chapters that describe experiences with applying software engineering practices to the development of scientific software. It provides a better understanding of how software engineering is and should be practiced, and which software engineering practices are effective for scientific software.

The book starts with a detailed overview of the Scientific Software Lifecycle, and a general overview of the scientific software development process. It highlights key issues commonly arising during scientific software development, as well as solutions to these problems.

The second part of the book provides examples of the use of testing in scientific software development, including key issues and challenges. The chapters then describe solutions and case studies aimed at applying testing to scientific software development efforts.

The final part of the book provides examples of applying software engineering techniques to scientific software, including not only computational modeling, but also software for data management and analysis. The authors describe their experiences and lessons learned from developing complex scientific software in different domains.



Table of Contents

Section I: Areas where traditional SE techniques have been applied to science. Section II: Areas where application of SE techniques to science problems have led to new advances in SE. Section III: Ideas coming from outside both SE and science but have relevance for the intersection of the two.