SUMMARIZED INF3708 MAY/JUNE 2016
The May/June 2016 INF3708 exam consists of 6 compulsory questions, which totals
to 80 marks.
The exam will constitute 80% to your final mark. This is because the Assignments
constitute 20% of the final mark,
A GUIDE TO ASSIGNMENT 2
CALCULATION - SOLUTIONS APPROACH
Chapter 2: Project evaluation
This unit discusses techniques that can be used to decide whether it is feasible to proceed with a
given project or not. It is obviously very important to be able to de
Testing Components in the
Context of a System
Introduction to COTS
Advantages of COTS
Challenges in testing Components
Techniques for building testable components
Regression Testing of Component Systems
SUMMARIZED INF3708 MAY/JUNE 2012
The May/June 2012 INF3708 exam consists of 7 compulsory questions, which totals
to 80 marks.
The exam will constitute 90% to your final mark. This is because the Assignments
constitute 10% of the final mark,
SUMMARIZED INF4825 JAN/FEB 2016
The January/February 2016 INF4825 exam consists of 10 compulsory questions, which totals
to 100 marks.
The exam will constitute 60% to your final mark. This is because the Assignments constitute
40% of the f
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DuratIon 3 HouIs 100 Marks
FIRST PROF E MNKANDLA
SECOND PROF TM VAN DER MERWE
EXTERNAL PROF A J GERBER
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CHAPTER 7: RISK MANAGEMENT (SUMMARY)
The chapter in the textbook that corresponds to this unit deals with the very important topic of
risk identification and management when confronted with the development of software projects.
Study Chapter 7 in the text
To introduce the concepts of user and system
To describe functional and non-functional
To explain how software requirements may be
To explain the main tasks undertaken by project
To introduce software project management and to
describe its distinctive characteristics
To discuss pr
To describe the principal RE activities.
To introduce techniques for requirements
elicitation and analysis.
To describe requirements validation.
Formula for Calculations:
1. Net Profit
Net Profit = Total Income Total Cost (Expenses)
2. Return on Investment or Accounting Rate of Return
3. Payback Period
Payback period is the time taken to break even