By Robert B. Walford

From strategy definition to software program deployment, this booklet offers a entire approach for enforcing and keeping company methods which aid IT execs and software program engineers enhance software program caliber, lessen time-to-market, quick reply to adjustments in specifications, and extra accurately specify the reuse of software program parts. The company technique implementation procedure special the following makes use of the industry's most well liked techniques, together with meta info repositories, eventualities, roles, enterprise principles, info modelling, part reuse, and workflow.

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1. Document the requirements and specifications in a standard form. One of the major reasons for modeling an asset is to establish a standard structure or form for the asset. Because each asset class has a known form, comparison between the assets is facilitated. Without a standard form, performing the remainder of the activities needed for procurement analysis would be almost impossible. 2. Determine which set of existing assets, if any, can meet the functionality need. That is accomplished by answering the following questions in order: § Are there any existing assets that match exactly the needed asset functionality?

Disciplined Software Development With Ada, 1996, pp. 231–245. , “Leveraging the Information Asset,” Proc. 1995 ACM SIGMOD Internatl. Conf. Management of Data, 1995, pp. 451–452. , “Reuse Contracts: Managing the Evolution of Reusable Assets,” Proc. 11th Ann. Conf. Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications, San Jose, CA, Oct. 6–10, 1996, pp. 268–285. Chapter 3: Life cycle management Overview Life cycle management is responsible for all aspects of an asset, from conception to disposal.

The answer is that even in derivative situations, it is good engineering practice to keep all the asset embodiments as close as possible to minimize their proliferation. That in turn reduces maintenance and facilitates the determination as to what changes should be made in any given asset and embodiment. For example, assume that user A uses one embodiment of an asset, while user B uses a derivative of that embodiment because not all the functions of the asset can be accommodated by user B. Further assume that user A finds a problem with the asset and determines what is needed to correct the problem.

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