The spiral model, a methodology that maximizes risk management to reduce risk to its lowest form. It is also more appropriate for handling complex requirements that are needed for the information system. Because of its iterative process, it is easy to adjust to ongoing requirements that the client may want without any issues arising. This is best suited for companies that are medium to large of size, as most of these system projects run from medium to high risk. Although this can be a very expensive approach, it is one of the most preferred due to its iterative risk analysis approach to building a system. Therefore small businesses will not benefit from this approach due to its cost and having low risk for their type of projects.
For a multimedia company as yourself, I can understand you will need top quality software to operate in the industry. Seeing that you have been in the business for 10 years and are very experienced. This approach would be very suitable to your needs due to medium to high risk involved for the building the system, assuming that you are a medium size business. As (Boehm, Wilfred 2010) have stated “Rather than develop the completed product in one step, multiple cycles are performed with each taking steps calculated to reduce the most significant remaining risks.”
The first step to this approach would be to determine what requirements and objectives you want for your system. From there constraints are laid out with possible alternatives of the system.…
are executed without any condition check for first iteration and are executed only if the condition is true for the successive iterations.
• until is used to iterate statements until a particular expression or condition is evaluated to true.
• foreach and dolist are used to iterate statements over an array or a list. Both the loops can have a variable whose value represents an element of the list for each iteration.
• dotimes is similar to dolist but instead of iterating over the values of a…
fourth and fifth units. The end goal was to write a code that could combined multiple lists in the proper order.
Unit Eight covered loops and how they were used in Python. A loop is simply a piece of code that tells the computer to repeat a certain code multiple or even infinite times. At the end of this unit, I had to write a looping program.
Unit Nine was similar to the sixth unit. It did not introduce any new information, but it did draw on the previous lessons to complete its goal. At the…