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Relationships in Use Case.

Relationships in Use Case There are often 5 relationship types during a use case diagram. 1. Association between actor and use case. 2. Actor Generalization. 3. Extend. 4. Include. 5. Use Case Generalization. 1. Association between Actor and Use Case: This one is simple and gift in each use case …

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What is prototyping? Advantages and Disadvantages of Prototyping.

PROTOTYPING The Prototyping refers to putting together software application prototypes which display the functionality of the merchandise under development but might not actually hold the precise logic of the first software. Prototyping is becoming very fashionable as a software development model, because it enables to know customer requirements at an …

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CONFIRMING ELICITATION RESULTS

Hello everyone, lets understand what “Confirming Elicitation Results” But before that we need to know what are the process involved for doing that and when it has to be done. When we split the phrase “confirm elicitation results” it leaves us 3 things to look into.“Confirm”, “Elicitation”, “Results”. Before we …

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Gantt Chart Explained

Introduction: Gantt Chart is one of the most important tools in project management. It helps to keep a track on the project “timeline Vs Activities Vs Team working”. To make it easier, let’s start from the basics and by the end of this content you will be clear on what …

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SECURITY TESTING

SECURITY TESTING Security testing is performed to identify the security loopholes in the application and get them fixed, with an intention of protecting the application data/information from getting hacked , In this security loopholes is called as vulnerabilities Software testing is categorized into two types Functional testing Non functional testing …

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BRD VS FRS

BRD VS FRS BRD ( BUSINESS REQUIREMENT DOCUMENT):- BRD is the reference document for identification and documentation of business requirements ,on short form business opurtunities which the project will bring business requirement document document will also define what are the availibilble oppurtunities or the benefits of the project ,what is …

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SWOT Analysis

SWOT Analysis A SWOT Analysis is one of the most commonly used tools to assess the internal and external environments of a company and its the most important part of a company’s strategic planning Process. A SWOT analysis can be done for a product, place, industry, and a person. A SWOT …

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Waterfall Methodology

Waterfall Methodology: Waterfall Model usually followed in the sequential order. If the previous step completed successfully then development team only moves to next phase of development or testing in the given project. Waterfall methodology commonly known as Liner Sequential Life Cycle Model. Waterfall methodology is a structured software development method. …

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Requirements Classification Schema

Requirements Classification Schema: The requirements classification schema is further classified into the following: Business Requirements: Defined as goals and objectives of the business at the enterprise level. They apply to the organization as a whole rather than a specific group within the organisation. Developed and documented as part of ongoing …

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Prototyping model: Advantages and Disadvantages.

Prototyping model: Prototyping model is a method of system development in which a prototype model is created, tested and then reconstructed as per necessity until an appropriate result is attained by which we develop the complete system and product. Based upon the client requirements, the design is created and the …

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