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Process Quality Assurance for UML-Based Projects by Bhuvan Unhelkar

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4.4. Enacting the Quality Process

In a quality process such as the one described here, checkpoints are needed at the end of each iteration of the process component. This is where we apply the process checks of necessity and sufficiency. They are followed by the ability of the development process to modify and change itself to suit the actual project or to map to the actual project. This is where the malleability aspect comes in.

4.4.1. Creating Iterations and Increments in Lucky Insurance's Development

An iterative and incremental project plan ensures that the user is continuously involved in the development process. Table 4.1 shows how a typical insurance system's development occurs in an iterative and incremental fashion. The left-most column ...

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