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Distributed Service System (SDE 2nd year in Budapest)

2nd year of the Service Design and Engineering track in EIT ICT Labs's master's programme provided by ELTE and BME (Hun)

Tamás Kozsik

on 28 November 2012

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Transcript of Distributed Service System (SDE 2nd year in Budapest)

Foundations Technologies Projects I&E Mandatory Elective Development of Distributed Software Service-Oriented Integration Analysis of Distributed Systems and Process Structure Design of Distributed Systems Business modeling Analysis and Development of Complex Telecom Software Reverse Engineering of Complex Software Systems via Static Analysis 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 24 Technical master's thesis I&E master's thesis 30 6 Courses Learning outcomes Processes by algebraic methods and Petri-nets Composition of processes Properties (deadlock, livelock etc.) Learning outcomes propose an architecture for a distributed application argue about design decisions select and integrate technologies to support a design develop the code for a design Java Enterprise Edition Learning outcomes design and integration techniques up-to-date algorithms and tools
in complex information system design SOA Learning outcomes express and verify properties of distributed programs compositions of programs formal methods Distributed Service Systems SDE Exit program in Budapest Learning outcomes analyze, design, implement, test and maintain software working in teams tools for collaboration analysis of complex software representations of source code Learning outcomes
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