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Using The Morphological Analysis Perspective (MAP) In Software Engineering Project Management
(East Carolina University, 2015)
Corporations require well defined strategies and successful implementation of strategic solutions in order to survive, facilitate growth, and remain competitive. In the current internet enabled economy, software development ...
Analysis of Testing Approaches for Web Applications Based on Each Choice and Pairwise Methods
(East Carolina University, 2016-04-25)
Time and quality are important factors when determining the proper approach for software testing. A software program can often be used in various environments (different platforms, operating systems, browsers, networks, ...
Software Engineering for Real-Time NoSQL Systems-centric Big Data Analytics
(East Carolina University, 2020-12-02)
Recent advances in Big Data Analytics (BDA) have stimulated widespread interest to integrate BDA capabilities into all aspects of a business. Before these advances, companies have spent time optimizing the software ...
USING HYBRID SCRUM TO MEET WATERFALL PROCESS DELIVERABLES
(East Carolina University, 2013)
System Development Life Cycles (SDLCs) for organizations are often based upon traditional software development models such as the waterfall model. These processes are complex, heavy in documentation deliverables, and are ...