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Project Risk and the SEI
Project Risk and the SEI

The Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute developed a software risk model based on the Shewhart-Deming cycle. The model provides information and feedback, internal and external to the project, on the risk activities, current risks, and emerging risks. Figure

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Risk Management Models
Risk Management Models

A number of models of risk management, readily usable by project managers, have been identified by the Project Management and Software Engineering Institutes and through the groundbreaking software engineering work of Barry Boehm.

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What Is Risk Management
What Is Risk Management

Risk management is about understanding the internal and external project influences that can cause project failure. Once the project plan is built, a risk analysis should be carried out. The result of the initial risk analysis is a risk plan that should be reviewed frequently and adjusted

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Determining Project Risks
Determining Project Risks

Software risk management is the formal process in which risk factors are systematically identified, assessed, and mitigated. The determination of the risk in a project, either due to external or internal causes, is a major part of project management. The PMBOK defines

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Evaluating the Project SRS
Evaluating the Project SRS

Throughout the SRS building process, the project manager must always be aware of the quality attributes of the SRS: correctness, unambiguousness, completeness, and consistency, ranked for importance and/or stability, verifiability, modifiability, and traceability. These

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Benefits of an SRS | Building the SRS
Benefits of an SRS | Building the SRS

Using an SRS model provides a specification process that is unequivocal and delivers a complete specification document. This assists the project manager in communicating clearly with the project stakeholders to ensure that:

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Questions the SRS Answers for a Project
Questions the SRS Answers for a Project

The most important question that the SRS addresses concerns the problem domain in which the product will exist. As shown in Figure 1, all software products can be viewed from three perspectives: data, process, and behavior.

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Developing the Software Requirements Specification
Developing the Software Requirements Specification

Getting the requirements correct is perhaps the major part of a software development project. Once a software development team begins to collect the project requirements, it is critical that the project have a consistent format for maintaining and presenting them. This section

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Requirements and Quality Function Deployment
Requirements and Quality Function Deployment

Quality function deployment (QFD), also generally known as a way to represent the "voice of the customer" is a process for capturing customer requirements and translating them into requirements that can be used by designers, producers, and suppliers. As with many other

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Challenges in Eliciting Requirements
Challenges in Eliciting Requirements

The most difficult single part of building a software system is deciding specifically what to build. No other part of the conceptual work is as difficult as establishing the detailed technical requirements, containing all the interfaces to people, to machines, and to other software

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