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Mini-Exam for Senior Project Fall 2010 >>> SOLUTIONS <<< Welcome to the Mini Exam for Senior Project . Read each problem carefully. There are six required problems (each worth 16 points - you get 4 points for following these instructions correctly). There is also an additional extra credit question worth 10 points. You may have with you for reference a legally acquired copy of Brooks' Mythical Man Month (that is, our course textbook) and anything else you want on paper (notes from guest lectures, print outs of old exams, and etc. are all legal). However, you may not use any electronic media (laptops, smart phones, etc. are all illegal) during the exam. You may not share material or give help during the exam. You have 90 minutes for the exam. Please answer your questions in the space provided on the exam sheets. Good luck! Problem #1 Sketch the development process as used in this class. For each key step use a reasonable synonym term or phrase for the step name. For example, for the Test step you could use “Verification and Validation”. (validation) +-> Objectives | | | V | Blue print | | | V (verification)+--> Create | | (Early development demo) | V | Build | | | V +--Validation and Verification | V Production | V Deliver to customers | V Repair | V Termination of product Problem #2 Answer the following questions on project documentation: a) Rewrite the following status report statement so that it is acceptable, “Researched suitable processors”. First, explain what is wrong with the statement. The statement is not numbered or measurable. It is not clear what you actually did. A possible rewrite is “1. Acquired and read datasheets for 10 processors that meet requirements 1 and 2 for our project. For each datasheet noted the cost, speed, development tools available, and possible interfaces.” 4 points for each item 1 point for each item and transition
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b) A column with no checkmarks in it in a traceability matrix (specification items on the top, requirements items on the left side) means what? It means that something is being implemented (is in the design) that matches no requirement. You are building
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This note was uploaded on 07/31/2011 for the course CIS 4910 taught by Professor Christen during the Spring '11 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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