6 Why does an iterative process make it easier to manage change Is every agile

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6. Why does an iterative process make it easier to manage change? Is every agile process is iterative? Is it possible for a process to complete a project in just one iteration and still be agile? Justify your answer. 7. An agreed amount of work is to be performed in two months, to create a deliverable gaming
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application. In each stage of the Software Development Cycle how the product delivery can be mapped to a sprint or series of sprints? Illustrate the project development using SCRUM. 8. Draw the architectural diagram for a Safe Home application and explain the working of the system which has the following modules: Control panel, Control Panel display, Sensors, Telephone line, Alarm, Recording Unit. 9. Explain in detail about RAD model. 10. The concurrent process model defines a set of states. Describe what these states represent in your own words and indicate how they come into play within the concurrent process model. 11. “Software in all of its forms and across all of its application domains must be engineere d - Justify. Page 12-13 12. Discuss the essence of software engineering practice and the seven principles proposed by David Hooker, that focus on software engineering practice. Page 18-21 13. Describe the following traditional models for software development: i ) The water fall model and ii ) Incremental process models. Page 39-42 14. With suitable diagrams, explain various evolutionary process models. Page 42-50 15. What is the need for personal and team process models? Describe the five framework activities in Personal Software Process (PSP). What are the objectives of Team Software Process (TSP)? Page 56-59 16. Discuss the salient features of extreme programming. Page 72 -80 17. Illustrate any five agile process models. Page 80-90 18. What are the overall objectives and philosophy of software requirements analysis? Write the rules of thumb that should be followed when creating the analysis model. Describe any two models for requirements analysis. Page 149-151 19. Create the data-flow and control-flow models for SafeHome application. Describe the Control Specification ( CSPEC) and Process Specification ( PSPEC) for the same. Page 187-194
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