SAD_Final.docx - Content[01 Different system development life cycle model Page[1.1 Waterfall Model

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Content [01] Different system development life cycle model Page [1.1] Waterfall Model …………………………………………………… 6 - 10 [1.2] Incremental Model …………………………………………………. 11 - 13 [1.3] Prototyping Model …………………………………………………. 14 - 17 [ 1.4] Spiral Mode l………………………………………………………… 18 - 19 [1.5] Rapid Application Development Model …………………………… 20 - 24 [ Discuss agile development model and justify why it is a best fit for RAD] [1.6] Dynamic System Development Methodology ……………………. 25 - 26 [1.7] Best suitable model for the development ………………………… 27 - 29 [02] Importance of using staged life cycle [2.1] Waterfall model ………………………………………………… 30 - 43 [3.0] what is Feasibility study ……………………………………………. 44 - 47 [3.1] Economic feasibility …………………………………………….. 48 - 51 [3.2] Cultural feasibility ………………………………………………. 51 [3.3] Leal feasibility ……………………………………………………. 52 [34] Operational feasibility ……………………………………………. 52 [3.5] Technical feasibility ……………………………………………… 53 - 54 [3.6] Schedule feasibility ………………………………………………. 55 [04] Different feasibility criteria on a system investigation ……………. 56 - 60 [05] List of questions to be used in the interview ………………………….. 61 - 75 [System Analysis & Design] [K.A.K KODIKARA] [Unit 09] Page 1
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[06] (a) An ERP to model the data view of the proposed system …………………… 76 (b) Draw contest diagram to visualize the proposed system ………………… 77 (c) Draw 1 st level DFD to visualize the proposed system ………………………. 78 [07] Create software requirement specifications (SRS) document to support systems investigation ………………………………………………………………………………………… 80 - 86 [08] Evaluate how user and system requirements have been addressed in order to quality management in software developing as an analyst how to apply GAMA development …… …………………………………………………………………… 87 - 90 Self criticism report ……………………………………………………………. 91 - 92 Gantt chart for the project time duration ……………………………………….. 93 References List …………………………………………………………………. 94 - 95 [System Analysis & Design] [K.A.K KODIKARA] [Unit 09] Page 2
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Tables Content Content Number Table Name/ Description Page Number 1 Table 01 Documents in waterfall Model 43 2 Table 02 Economic Feasibility ( Author Design) 51 3 Table 03 Technical feasibility (Author Design) 54 4 Table 04 Schedule feasibility (Author Design) 53 5 Table 05 Self criticism report 90 - 91 Figures Content [System Analysis & Design] [K.A.K KODIKARA] [Unit 09] Page 3
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Content Number Table Name/ Description Page Number 1 Figures 01: Traditional Waterfall Model 08 2 Figures 02: Iterative Waterfall Model 09 3 Figures 03: Incremental Model 11 4 Figures 04: Prototyping Model 16 5 Figures 05: Rapid Application Development Model 21 SENARIO [System Analysis & Design] [K.A.K KODIKARA] [Unit 09] Page 4
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