Ch 4 - Prototypes and proof-of-concepts Iteration plan...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Chapter - 4 Inception is Not The Requirements Phase
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Chapter Objectives Define the inception step
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What is Inception Envision the product scope, vision, and business case Answers: What is vision and business case for project Project is feasible? Buy and/or build? ROM estimate Proceed or stop? Do the stakeholders have basic agreement on project vision and is serious investigation worthwhile?
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Inception Artifacts Vision and business case Use Case model Supplementary Specification Glossary Risk list and management plan
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Unformatted text preview: Prototypes and proof-of-concepts Iteration plan Phase plan and software development plan Development case Inception Not Understood When More than a few weeks long Attempts to define most requirements Estimates and plans expected to be reliable Attempts to define architecture Belief that proper sequence of work is: 1. Define requirements 2. Design Architecture 3. Implement No business case or vision artifact Either all use cases written in detail or no use cases at all...
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course SEN 632 taught by Professor Aslam-mir during the Spring '11 term at National.

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