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Unformatted text preview: Vladimir Milosavljevic CIS 1200N e-mail: [email protected] Homework #3 Does the methodology chosen to design a system has anything to do with the system’s success? In other words, is one approach better than another? Does the type of system being designed make any difference in the design approach used? Without any doubt, methodology chosen in the process of system designing is one of the key factors which are determining future success or in some cases failure of the system. Since there are many approaches used for system design, I don’t think that we can be totally confident and say that one is better than the other one. I would rather say that it depends of the situation and type of program that has to be designed. Approach that best suite design requirements for particular system should be used in the process of designing that system. If we take a look at the system development life cycle which consists of many phases all the way from definition of desired system up to and including final phases when the system is up and running and when it just needs maintenance, we can see that number of models had been created just for this kind of approach. These models include “waterfall”, “spiral”, “rapid prototyping”, and just for this kind of approach....
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2010 for the course CIS 1200N taught by Professor Kasten during the Spring '09 term at Dowling.
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