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Sunday, May 21, 2006

Software Engineering Revision notes

The most basic and crude definition of software is that it is a set of instructions given to computer to perform certain operations. But it only includes set of instructions. It requires also some data to perform operation which may or may not be a part of the given software. For example, in a strategy game, a scenario may be loaded before the execution of game begins. Here, the scenario or map is the data structure that enables a game to adequately manipulate information. Further, we may require embedded menus to display and explain various controls keys used in the game. As our sphere of thinking widens, we find another definition.

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Source: Software Engg., Pressman


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