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    Risks must be well understood before MDAs can authorize a program to proceed into the next phase of the acquisition process. The types of risk include, but are not limited to, schedule, cost, technical feasibility, risk of technical obsolescence, software management, dependencies between a new program and other programs, and the risk of creating a monopoly for future procurements. b. There is only one MS B per program or evolutionary increment. Each increment of an evolutionary acquisition has…

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    The waterfall method of development is a sequential design model, used in software development processes. The process flow is downwards like a waterfall, through the phases of concept initiation, analysis, design, construction, testing, production/implementation and maintenance. The Waterfall model is typically associated with the development of software. It can however, apply to projects that do not have a technology/software component. Its origins stem from the hardware domains of…

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    Since I was in college, I have spent a lot of unstructured time to study programming through a wide range of online resources, such as MOOCs, technology conference videos and blogs of software developers. I also have several side projects, which enable me to experiment with new technologies, such as a realtime chat room service built with WebSocket and a Python client for a bitcoin exchange. In addition, I have actively attended offline…

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    Waterfall approach was first SDLC Model to be used widely in Software Engineering to ensure the project success. In The Waterfall approach the whole software development and divided into separate phases. In Waterfall typically, model, the outcome of one phase acts as the input for the next phase sequentially. Following is a diagram representation of different phases of waterfall model. Waterfall Model Application Every software developed is different suitable of SDLC approach to…

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    Project Response Essay Recently, I attended a software engineering development course. Indeed, the course was valuable to imparting the desired software engineering skills for aspiring software engineers. Today, software systems continue to evolve in terms of features and supportive tools. Difficulties in managing software development can be attributed to the challenges inherent to planning activities as software features evolve over time. Previously, software engineers would utilize on…

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    the abstract representation of the data flows, inputs and outputs of the system architecture. It involves the physical design that represents the actual inputs and outputs of the system architecture. 5.1 Methodology used for System Development Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is the process of transforming the feasible…

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    AIDED DESIGN model of the clamp cylinder configuration was prepared and analyzed the same using CAE Software package ANSYS. The same was meshed using SOLID 187 element. As the element is a tetrahedron element, it can map the intricate solid geometry reasonably with good accuracy. The displacement and force boundary conditions are applied and stress and displacement fields gained using FEA software. The constraints and loading conditions for clamp cylinder are shown in Fig. 4. The…

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    data collection and the software development methodology adopted with prescribed steps for the research in the achieving of the project aim and objectives. 3.1 Software Development Methodology To avoid software crisis, selecting the right software development methodology for the planning, analysing of the requirements, design, evaluation, implementation, testing and maintenance is crucial and critical…

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    Measuring Agile Success Agile methodology is an iterative approach typically used in software development as an alternative to the traditional project management. The approach emphasises on building the software incrementally from the beginning instead of delivering everything at the end, and solutions and requirements evolve sequentially. Product is broken down into incremental builds which are provided in iterations. Each iteration lasts typically almost one to three weeks, and requires cross…

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    What is software piracy? According to Linfo, software piracy is a term that is used to describe the copying or use of computer software in violation of its license. Copying, downloading, and sharing software onto other computers are ways that software piracy occurs. Software piracy causes a big loss in revenue to the publisher or creator of the software. This causes the software to be pricier to the consumers. “Software piracy is all but impossible to stop” (Webopedia). Companies, publishers,…

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