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BIAM 530 Week 4 Homework BIAM 530 Week 4 Homework Michael Hudson Professor Darlene Ringhand 11/19/2017 1
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BIAM 530 Week 4 Homework Software development process GVI has several manufacturers that supply parts to them and therefore has a very unique challenge in defining which parts belong to which car and having to identify at any given time which vehicles are able to be serviced using particular parts. In order to do this effectively, they need to follow a thorough review of the requirements that they have in order for the development to go as smoothly as possible. Given that they have the time to complete a thorough review I would recommend the waterfall method to setup the initial database. Using this model, some of the key steps right from the start will be the requirements analysis and design. GVI does not have an easy task in having multiple suppliers and different models of vehicle that they service which makes the challenge of identifying each component especially difficult. This brings us to the design phase. It’s in this phase that the relationships will be modeled. For example, each repair part has a manufacturer and each car has a repair part but each repair part may go to different models of car. In the design phase these tough relationship issues will be addressed because the requirements phase will outline the specific attributes that each entity needs to have. Next is going to be the implementation phase. The implementation phase is going to have more to do with installing the
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  • Spring '18
  • Software development process, Relational model

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