Design for software-intensive systems requires adequate methodology and tool support in order for researchers and practitioners to make use of and develop very large and complex systems. Software engineering environments help reduce the design costs of very large and intricate software systems while improving the quality of the software produced.
Designing Software-Intensive Systems: Methods and Principles addresses the complex issues associated with software engineering environment capabilities for designing real-time embedded software systems. This groundbreaking work provides relevant theoretical foundations, principles, methodologies, frameworks, and the latest research findings in the field to deliver a superior knowledge base for those in computer science, software engineering, and fields alike.
About the Author
Pierre F. Tiako is the Director of the Center for Information Technology Research at Langston University (USA) and an assistant professor of Computer Science and Information System. He worked as a visiting professor at Oklahoma State University (OSU) before the current position. Prior to OSU, he taught computer science courses and did research at Universities of Nancy and Rennes (France), and also worked as an expert engineer at INRIA, the French national institute for research in information technology. Dr. Tiako has authored more than 50 journal and conference technical papers and co-edited four proceedings volumes, resulting from services as program chair for several international conferences and workshops. He holds a PhD in software and information systems engineering from National Polytechnic Institute of Lorraine (France). Dr. Tiako is a senior member of IEEE and past Chairman for IEEE Oklahoma City Computer Society.