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  1. Semester 1 - General Reading 2 items
    These resources are not directly related to your classes, however they give you background reading that is useful for a module such as CO2514 Digital Forensic Experimentation.
    1. Digital evidence and computer crime: forensic science, computers and the Internet - Eoghan Casey 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Further This is an excellent book for some general reading around 'Digital Investigations'. It won't teach you how to perform a forensic investigation, but it gives you some excellent ideas - and draws differences between UK and US based industries.

    2. Handbook of digital forensics and investigation - Casey, Eoghan c2010

      Book Optional You can read this book along side the 'digital evidence and computer crime' book, also by Eoghan Casey. This book will get out of date quick quickly, it is a collection of papers and research topics from 2010. Despite it getting out of date quickly, you will also find that many of the challenges facing the industry are still challenges.

  2. Week 02 - Expert Witness 1 item
    1. The scientist or engineer as an expert witness - J. G. Speight c2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read chapter 1 - up to the end of Section 1.3. Reading past section 1.3 is absolutely fine; but this book is for an American audience and the court processes are slightly different within the UK legal system.

  3. Week 04 and 05 - User interface modelling 1 item
    1. Software user lnterface modelling with UML support - J. Tick

      Article Further This is an interesting paper - it gives you an alternative to the very simple UI models developed on this module.

  4. Weeks 06 to 09 - State Diagrams 1 item
    1. The State Machine Diagram - Martina Seidl, Marion Scholz, Christian Huemer, Gerti Kappel

      Chapter Core Be careful when you read this chapter. This chapter is about using state diagrams to DESIGN and the 'viewpoint' will be different from that of a reverse engineer. We have been using a simplified version of state diagrams in class; this chapter will give you a deeper understanding of how state diagrams can be used.

  5. Week 10 - Prioritisation 1 item
    1. Describe - Tathagat Varma

      Chapter Core Only read the section on KANO and MOSCOW prioritisation. You don't need to read the full chapter.

  6. Week 11 - Legislation 5 items
    1. Utilitarian and deontological ethics in medicine. 2016

      Article Further This is a short paper about ethics - written from a medical point of view, but highlights the different approaches quite nicely.

  7. Semester 2 - General Reading 5 items
    These resources are not directly related to your classes, however they give you background reading that is useful for a module such as CO2514 Digital Forensic Experimentation.
    1. Design and implementation of compiler - Singh, Ravendra, Sharma, Vivek, Varsheny, Manish, ebrary, Inc c2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

    2. Mastering regular expressions - Jeffrey E. F. Friedl 2006

      Book Optional electronic resource

    3. Mastering regular expressions - Friedl, Jeffrey E. F. c2002

      Book Optional

    4. Introduction to design and analysis of experiments - [George W. Cobb]

      Book Optional

    5. Introduction to operating systems and networks - Watson, Ruth A c2004

      Book Optional