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CS427 2-1 Rational Unified Process The Unified Software Development  Process  by Ivar Jacobson, Grady Booch,  and James Rumbaugh The Rational Unified Process: An  Introduction , by Philippe Kruchten The Rational Unified Process Made Easy by Per Kroll and Philippe Kruchten
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CS427 2-2 SEI Capability Maturity Model 1. Initial - anything goes 2. Repeatable - SCM, QA, planning,  tracking, requirements 3. Defined - process defined and followed 4. Managed - measure and act on it 5. Optimizing - keep improving process
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CS427 2-3 Best Practices:  Develop software iteratively  Manage requirements Use component-based architectures Visually model software  Verify software quality  Control changes to software
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CS427 2-4 Develop Iteratively Waterfall Requirements High level design Low level design Implementation Testing Iterative development – all activities at the  same time
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CS427 2-5 Components of RUP Artifacts - what (things people make) Roles - who (roles people play) Activities - how (things people do) Workflows - when
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  • Fall '07
  • JONES
  • Rational Unified Process, software iteratively Manage, system/subsystem Architect, iteratively Manage requirements, software Verify software

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