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The Activity ID Process
The Activity ID Process

There are in fact only two ways that tasks and activities are identified for a project: They are part of a pre-existing WBS for a software development life cycle, or they are invented again for a unique development project situation. Either way, customization takes place. We'll

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The SEI CMM and Estimating
The SEI CMM and Estimating

The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Capability Maturity Model (CMM) introduced in “Selecting Software Development Life Cycles” supports activities explained in this section. Software project planning is a key process area for maturity Level 2, the repeatable level. Sizing

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Detailed COCOMO
Detailed COCOMO

This is the most complicated version of the COCOMO model. It involves the following further steps: The program is decomposed into particular products and components of products. Boehm calls this the three-level product hierarchy: system, subsystem, and module. The top level, the system level, is used to apply major overall project relations such as nominal effort and

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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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Introduction to Software Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering

Software engineering is not computer science nor is it merely rendering an idea into an abstract computer programming language. First coined in 1968, software development is the youngest recognized branch of engineering: "The phrase 'software engineering' was deliberately

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