FME Subgroup on Education
[ FME ]
(FME-SoE members only).
Survey of FM courses in undergraduate degrees
- Last update: 2005.07.06.
Currently: 177 modules.
- The classification of each module is tentative,
I have just looked at each module contents and tried to
- As soon as we get a reasonably interesting collection of data,
we should ask each contact person to validate our
classification, of course.
Survey of FM industrial training courses
- No entry at the moment.
Are you willing to contribute?
- It is clear from the
above that the browsing of the Internet...has just started!
- Every FME-SoE member is welcome to contribute with suggestions concerning the
classification scheme etc..
- Its very unlikely that we get a good classification scheme in the first go.
We should add new topics and tools wherever necessary,
if possible in a way consistent with
the catalogue of notations etc. in the FM World Wide Web Virtual Library.
Then we discuss and normalize our classification scheme
(e.g. redundant topics, duplicates, etc.).
- It will help my data-integration task if you contribute with textual data
(e.g. by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org,
subject = FME-SoE ) organized as follows:
"<topic 1>", ... , "<topic n>"
"<tool 1>", ... , "<tool m>"
Concerning topics and tools: either use currently defined acronyms or
provide a short title for topic
(e.g. "Communicating Sequential Processes").
Conclusions and Recommendations
- Conclusions -
to become available only after data are collected
and some multi-dimensional analysis of these data is published here.
- Recommendations -
same as above;
FME-SoE hopes to succeed in suggesting (one or more) "standard"
FM curriculum recommended by FME,
possibly supported by lecturing material selected from the web,
J. Nuno Oliveira