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    object-oriented systems. Larman describes the iterative development and Agile Methods as a process of organizing a short series of small projects with fixed time constraints, known as iterations, which also have separate analysis, design and implementation, validation requirements. The iterations represent executable components of the partial system, each of the modules are validated and integrated into the system in repeated cycles. In theory, the iterative lifecycle utilizes the approach of…

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    organization focuses on handling business process agility. Agile environment in SCM is used to handle situations like time-to-market response, partnering strategies, low development cost, and higher customer satisfaction. This paper focuses on the analysis of different enterprise framework with respect to SCM domain functionality. This paper is figured around 10 common agile parameters evaluated with different enterprise framework. Using lists of agile parameters, this paper…

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    Agile Development

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    software delivers rapid, improved and efficient information technology solution. The use of Agile software development is a technique that utilizes Agile procedures like Extreme Programming, and Scrum built on iterative and incremental progress. Requirements and solution in agile software development progress are a combined effort of self-organization and cross-functional departments. The process encourages adaptive forecasting, progressive expansions, and distribution, time-based iterative…

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    processes and tools used”. Emphasis is placed on collaboration between the client and the developers as aiding in the requirements definition process reduces unknowns and increases efficiency (Dawson, 2015). Continuous attention to technical excellence and good design is a third advantage (Haunts. S, 2014). The developer creates what is needed to satisfy the client’s requirements and limits him to design simpler, reliable and testable systems. Lastly Haunts. S, (2014) explains how regular…

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    Can a robotic limb help a common workplace with difficult jobs? Robotic arms always have to be functional with the appropriate parts, or else the arm is not useful at all because the arm has no use of working either without a certain part or the computer that is stored inside it. Before having the actual arm, me & my partner have to build it by making a sensor circuit for the arm & make a hand for the arm as well The arm is the thing that takes time to assemble because one wrong part in a wrong…

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    Structural joints: 1. Inter modular joints: SFT is a structure that is made up of prefabricated modules assembled in situ though it would be a complicated but it can have to do if the segment is not possible for the single one. So therefore, the joints between the modules. This part is sensitive because of waterproofing and safety of people inside the tunnel. Nowadays, the inter modular joints are used for immersed tunnels (IT) in the form of flexible joint that performs many tasks such as: to…

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    Poka Yoke Case Study

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    A frame work for assesing poka-yoke device According to this article the framework assesses the processes of the design, operation and maintenance of poka-yoke devices. The framework includes a scoring system; background in both lean production and human factors is required to apply the framework. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0278612512000313) Enabling Poka-Yoke Workflows with the AristaFlow BPM Suite This tool gives idea into the AristaFlow BPM Suite – a next generation…

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    The DBA must possess the following skills in his personality to professionally execute his role: 1. A DBA should have good awareness of physical database design. 2. He should have the best knowledge of the operating system. 3. He should be excellent in all Oracle utilities and tools. 4. He must be able to deliver a planned database direction to the enterprise. 5. His personality must possess a sharp aptitude to execute the best performance of operating system and Oracle database. 6. He must have…

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    According to the “Ariane 5 Flight 501 Failure: Report by the Inquiry Board”, the failure that caused the Ariane 5 was a design error, namely of an Operand Error. The report says, “The exception was detected, but inappropriately handled because the view had been taken that software should be considered correct until it is shown to be at fault” (Lions, 1996). This view manifested itself in the use of extant software from Ariane 4 that was used for Ariane 5 because, to simplify, it worked well for…

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    Agile Adoption Case Study

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    The authors of Risks of Rapid Application Development lead off their discussion with this salient point (Agarwal, Prasad, Tanniru, & Lynch, 2000). They argue that management should not force the change through the organization but rather build a cultural shift that is accepting of what the process is looking to accomplish (Agarwal, Prasad, Tanniru, & Lynch, 2000). Ensuring that their is top down support doesn’t guarantee success however, without the support of management the process will not…

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