Computer Science Engineering (CSE)
In XP Increments are delivered to custom...
In XP Increments are delivered to customers every weeks.
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Which of the following is the reason that software is delivered late?
Match the following A- Functional requirements: B- Functional scope : C- Function-point count: D- Function-related measures: 1- It describe the functionality or services that system is expected to provide. 2- Range to which a system component is capable of being applied. 3- These are language independent productive measure.. 4- It is related to the overall functionality of the delivered software.
----------- are software systems delivered to customer with the documentation which describes how to install and use the system.
Developers work individually on a release and they compare their results with other developers before forwarding that release to customers.
The results of structured analysis can be easily understood by ordinary customers.
Match the following : A- Maintenance control: B- Maintenance prediction: C- Maintenance process: 1-Cost of planning and scheduling hardware preventive maintenance, and software maintenance and upgrades, managing the hardware and software baselines, and providing response for hardware corrective maintenance. 2- Predicting the number of change requires a system understanding and the relationship between the system and external environment. 3- It is triggered by a set of change requests from system users, management or customers.
It is responsible for deciding when the system can be released to customers, managing the process of creating the release and distribution media and documen- ting the release.
Incremental development in Extreme Programming (XP) is supported through a system release once every month.
What does “Every software system has an architecture” implies?
What have become de rigueur for computer-based products and systems of every type?
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