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Midterm_Review - Midterm Review Overview of Software...

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Midterm Review
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Overview of Software Lifecycle Waterfall Model (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Waterfall_model.png)
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Establishing Project Scope – Key Points Project scope is a combination of product functionality, project resources, and available time Brooks’ law state that adding labor to a late software project makes it even later If the effort required to implement the system features is equal to the resources available during the scheduled time, the project has an achievable scope Over-scoped projects are typical. In many projects, it will be necessary to reduce the scope by as much as a factor of two The first step in establishing project scope is to establish a high level requirements baseline
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Scope Management – The Requirements Baseline This baseline for the next release must be agreed to by both the customer and the development team In other words, the baseline must Be at least "acceptable" to the customer Have a reasonable probability of success, in the team's view It is suggested that any new system, no matter how complex, can be described by a list of 25-50 features (value-added functionalities)
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Identify the Software Architecture Decompose System into Modules Module is a single executable file that is only a part of the application Decomposing and modularizing large software into a number of smaller independent ones,
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