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Unformatted text preview: .. try to mention them and why your project is useful for them. b. How will it improve their quality of life? 3. Why is the project useful? a. Mention the benefit of your project. b. How will it improve the quality of life of its users? 4. What are the main requirements for our project? a. If you can, create a simple list of the requirements. b. Will flexibility and configuration be required to satisfy different users? Mention that. c. How do the project user interfaces look and what will make them unique, friendly, useful, easy, etc.? d. Will there be any budget or schedule constraints (e.g. will it use commercial equipment? Will it be affordable by students?) e. Will you be taking advantage of industry-standards (e.g. wireless networking, etc.) f. What about the main safety requirements in your project. g. What hardware is required? 5. Are there major technical hurdles to overcome?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course CSE 442 taught by Professor Buckley during the Fall '06 term at SUNY Buffalo.
- Fall '06
- Software engineering