Task – 1: Choose one from the below & write about in 200 words.
1. Compare and contrast software engineering and software development. How does software engineering and software development differ and how do they relate to each other?
2. What are the pros and cons of a waterfall versus an iterative or agile based process model? What types of software development projects might each be most suitable for? Identify the main process activities and how are they organized within each model.
3. Define what requirements or specifications are. Identify and explain the requirements engineering process and why it is important to software development.
Deadline: 12 Hours
Task – 2:
Suggest the Most appropriate generic software process model that might be used as a basis for managing the development of the following systems. Explain your answer according to the type of system being developed.
A system to control antilock braking in a car
A Virtual reality system to support software maintenance.
A university according system that replaces an existing system.
An Interactive Travel planning system that helps users plan journeys with the lowest environmental impact.
Deadline: One Day.
Note: you need to select it from Waterfall model, Incremental Development model or from Integration and Configuration process model’s only
Task – 3:
For this assignment, create a UML activity diagram that illustrates how yourUniversity’s Blackboard system works based on how you interact with it.Include at least 5 elements or process boxes within your diagram.
Use the drawing features within applications like Word,PowerPointorVisioto generate the diagram. IfVisiois used, print the file to a .pdfformat prior to submitting it for grading.
Deadline: One Day.
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Textbook for Reference: Software Engieering 10th Edition by IAN Sommerville.