ProjectDeliverables-Fall2006.v4

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Project Project     Deliverables Deliverables Version 4:  10/30/2006 Deliverable 4 Added  
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Overview of Guidance Overview of Guidance I shall try to upgrade / refine guidance for  each deliverable as we progress.   Please view this file often as it will change. Suggestions for clarity and/or consistency  are always welcome.
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Format of Deliverables Format of Deliverables All Deliverables will be via CD.   Outside :  Surface of CD is to clearly indicate  your course number and the team number, as              CIS 4251 - Team 1.  Also include the  project title. Inside : Each deliverable will be in a separate  folder on the same CD, so when I access the  CD, all I should see are individual folders with  labels such as Deliverable n, as in Deliverable 4. 
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Contents of Folder  Contents of Folder  Each Folder (i.e., Deliverable) is to  contain  Management Folder: a number of Word files discussed ahead Artifacts Folder Contents discussed ahead.
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Management Folder Documents   Team Num file,      with file name as follows (for example):      Team1.Deliverablen.Date.mm.dd.yy   In this file, you are to simply (may be a single Word file) : List the names of the team members  Indicate who is team leader with phone number. Indicate who is the software quality analyst and phone List individual email accounts.   Iteration Plan  (Include for second semester deliverables) Note that the Iteration Plan will change for each  deliverable, that is, it will be refined and ‘extended .’  Each successive deliverable will contain a ‘revised’  Iteration Plan.
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Management Folder Documents   Executive Summary   Single page document;  Summarizes the contents of this  folder.  What ‘activities’ were undertaken What ‘artifacts’ were changed and rationale Note:  revising artifacts is the norm in an iterative  approach to software development.  What  new  ‘artifacts’ were produced   Must include signatures of EACH team member that  he/she has reviewed and has ‘bought off’ on the contents  of this deliverable. If you have not read and personally reviewed the contents  of the deliverable, do not sign this form!
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Management Folder Documents   Team Activities : Team Software Process (TSP), and  Personal Software Process (PSP) Forms Software Quality Analyst Report This will address in narrative or graphic form (your choice) the  status of the project with respect to identifying and tracing  requirements to date as well as efforts undertaken by you  regarding testing.
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Artifacts Folder   All developed artifacts will be found here.  
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