Chap4Notes - NotesChap. 4 Software Processes (pp. 63 91)...

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Unformatted text preview: NotesChap. 4 Software Processes (pp. 63 91) Presents some process models (the basic steps) for developing software 1. Water fall model Req,Design,Implementation,Testing,Maintanance or Deployment 2. Evolutionary Model 3. Component based software engineering Which is the oldest process model? A. Waterfall model All of the models include what four fundamental activities? a. four fundamental process activities whic the four fundamental process activities are: 1. Specification 2. Development 3. Validation 4. Evolution Pluses and Minuses of the different process models? Waterfall The advantages of the waterfall model are that documentation is produced at each phase and that it fits with other engineering process models disadvantages inflexible partitioning of the proJect into distinct stages. Evolutionary development Advantages the specification can be devdoped incrementally Disadv 1. The process is not visible Managers need regular deliverables to measure progress. progress....
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2010 for the course CS cs535 taught by Professor Ehlmann during the Fall '10 term at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

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Chap4Notes - NotesChap. 4 Software Processes (pp. 63 91)...

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