Adaptive no change to functionality but now works

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Adaptive - no change to functionality, but now works under new conditions Perfective - adds something new; makes the system “better” Preventive - enhances internal structure of system without affecting external behavior “En hancements
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Maintenance Terms Configuration Control Board (CCB) - organizational unit that makes decisions about what proposed maintenance changes will actually be made Configuration management - the process of keeping track of different versions of a system that have been supplied to different customers and that must be maintained separately
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Maintenance Terms Releases - planned collections of maintenance changes that are applied to a system before it is delivered to customers Patches - emergency fixes to a system that are delivered to customers between scheduled releases Porting - a type of adaptive maintenance in which a system is translated from one operating system, language, or platform to another
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Class Exercise With your D2 solution now in place, in your teams, brainstorm anticipated maintenance difficulties Think forward 6-12 months after roll-out… What calls are coming into the helpdesk / software modification request queue? Draft a “top 5” list of items likely to be written in a FAQ for your system. Be creative! Some may find their way into your project management hand- off section of D2
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Class Exercise Think of YOUR 636 projects Consider one use case / usage scenario What is a key interactive aspect (input/output)? Data flow to/from source/sink on a DFD Craft one persona who would engage with that aspect Sketch out a very lo-fi prototype of the user interface that supports that key activity PAPER = persona on one side, interactive UI sketch on other
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Class Exercise We will rotate 1X, role play the persona , and try it out! Understand your persona. Understand your task . Try out the UI sketch Okay to ask LOTS of questions!!! Give the team your opinions Can redesign on the fly Take notes Be generous and kind, this is a 10 minute design!
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Class Exercise Reflect: results from a minor 30 minute investment 10 min design 10 min test #1 (2-3 critics) 10 min test #2 (2-3 critics) Discuss observations about the process Key user interface and user population discoveries
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  • Fall '08
  • Koru,G
  • Project Management, Control flow analysis, conversion strategy, maintenance changes, campus class Wednesday

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