Software engineering tools
Gupta, Pranshu Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, DeSales University, Center Valley, Pennsylvania.
Mata-Toledo, Ramon A. Department of Computer Science, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Last reviewed:November 2017
- Software requirements elicitation tools
- Software design tools
- Software implementation tools
- Software testing tools
- Software maintenance tools
- Software quality tools
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Automated or semiautomated methods for developing computer code. Software tools and environments automate the repetitive, well-defined actions in the software development process and reduce the tedious aspects of the human effort involved in designing, developing, and maintaining software. Software engineers are then able to concentrate on the creative aspects of the software process. See also: Software; Software engineering
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