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Software Engineering Asim Banerjee 25 th February 2010 soft_engg@daiict.ac.in
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IT314 - Software Engineering 2 Lecture Seating Plan (Sample) #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 Stage #10 #11 #12 #13 #20 #21 #24 #23 #22
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IT314 - Software Engineering 3 The Requirements Problem The goal of software development is to develop quality software on time and on budget that meets the customer’s real needs The project success depends on good requirements gathering and management. Requirements errors are the most common type of system development error and the most costly to fix A few key skills can significantly reduce requirement errors and thus improve software quality.
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IT314 - Software Engineering 4 Customer – Types (1/2) The customers can be of different types viz. The customer can be an external entity, purchase order in hand, whom we must convince to disregard our competitor’s claims and buy our product because it is easier to use, has more functionality and in the final analysis, is just better The customer could be sitting down the hall or across the country, waiting anxiously for that new application to do their tasks more efficiently, so that the company we work for will ultimately be more profitable and our jobs more rewarding and just more fun
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IT314 - Software Engineering 5 Customer – Types (2/2) The customers … different types viz. (continued) The customer can be a company that has hired us to develop the software, based on expectations that the software developed will be of the highest quality achievable at today’s state of the art and will transform the company into a more competitive, more profitable organization in their marketplace
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IT314 - Software Engineering 6 Project Failures – Causes (1/2) The three most common reasons that caused projects to exceed their original estimates were Lack of user inputs – 13% of all projects Incomplete requirements and specification – 12% of all projects Changing requirements and specifications – 12% of all projects NOTE: Other reasons could be unrealistic schedule or time frame in the first place (4%); inadequate staffing and resources (6%); inadequate technology skills (7%)
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IT314 - Software Engineering 7 Project Failures – Causes (2/2) Thus, one-third of the development projects run into trouble for reasons that are directly related to requirements gathering, documenting and management.
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IT314 - Software Engineering 8 Project Success - Causes The three most common reasons that caused projects to succeed are User involvement – 16% of all successful projects Executive management support 14% of all successful projects Clear statement of requirements 12% of all successful projects Thus the role of requirements gathering, analysis and specification cannot be over emphasized.
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IT314 - Software Engineering 9 Software Requirements - Definition A condition of capability needed by a user to solve a problem or achieve an objective
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This note was uploaded on 07/30/2011 for the course IT 315 taught by Professor Asimbanerjee during the Spring '07 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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