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Software Project Management

Software Project Management is the collection of techniques used to develop and deliver various types of software products. Project Management is the umbrella under which all the project activities are managed. Project Management is a discipline. It applies principles, concepts, tools and techiques to improve project performance and organizational effectiveness. Project management adds value by improving the probability of consistently successful projects... software project management

Requirements Engineering

Requirement engineering is a sub discipline of systems engineering and software engineering that is concerned with determining the goals, functions, and constraints of hardware and software systems. Software requirements engineering is the process of determining what is to be produced in a software system... Requirements Engineering

Estimation of Software Projects

Software is described by its capabilities. The capabilities relate to the functions it executes, the features it provides and the facilities it offers. Software written for sales-order processing would have different functions to process different types of sales orders from different market segments. The features, for example, would be to handle multi-currency computing, updation of product, sales and tax status in MIS reports and advice to the stores department to dispatch the goods... Estimation of Software Projects

Project Scheduling

Scheduling means the allocation of time period to tasks. Determining the sequence of tasks with time period, start time and finis time is known as scheduling. When preparing a schedule estimate, consider that transition between activities often takes time. Organizations or resources outside your direct control may not share your sense of schedule urgency and their work may take longer to complete. Beware of all external dependency relationships. Uncertain resources of talent, equipment or data will likely result in extending the project schedule... Project Scheduling

Change Management

In a computer system environment, change management refers to a systematic approach to keeping track of the details of the system (for example, what operating systems release is running on each computer and which fixes have been applied). Change control is a formal process used to ensure that changes to a product or system are introduced in a controlled and coordinated manner. The goal of a change control procedure usually include minimal disruption to services, reduction in back out activities and costeffective utilization of resources involved in implementing change... Change Management

Risk Management

Risk management is a scientific process based on the application of game theory, decision theory, probability theory and utility theory. Risk scenarios may emerge out of management challenges and technical chanllenges in achieving specific goals and objectives. Risk management must be performed regularly throughout the achievement life cycle. Risks are dynamic, as they change over time. Risk and its management should not be treated as an activity outside the main process of achievement. Risk is managed best when Risk management is implemented as a mainstream function in the software development and goal achievement process... Risk Management

Project Quality Management

Quality and quality control have two aspects: one, the quality of design and, the other, the quality of conformance. Design includes the grade of materials, physical and performance specifications, tolerance and the process standards that may produce such attributes. The product is manufactured to these design standards... principles of management

Software Quality Assurance

There is no one universal definition of software quality. This is because of the complexity caused by the three or more participants affected by the quality of software, namely, customer, developer and stakeholders. The majority hold that customer satisfaction should be the goal for measuring software quality. The customer may be satisfied though with software, the quality of which cannot be considered the best by other standards. Software quality is defined as the quality that ensures customer satisfaction by offering all the customer deliverables on performance, standards and ease of operations. The definition is applicable for custom software as well as for a generic software product... Software Quality Assurance

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  • 1. What is metrics? Write down its importance?
  • 2. Explain the types of metrics in detail?
  • 3. What are the attributes of good metrics?
  • 4. Explain biefly about Evolution of the software industry and Evolution of software measurements?
  • 5. What is Counting Reusable Code?
  • 6. What is measurement?
  • 7. Explain in detial about Goal/Question/Metrics?
  • 8. Explain the classification of metrics?
  • 9. What is the prupose of performance metrics?
  • 10. Explain in detail about Measurement System Planning?
  • 11. How will you implement the measurement process?
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