View Full Version : Could you help to recognize this software methodology

01-26-2008, 09:14 AM
Good day,...

I'm reading Alan Solomon lectures in the Course:
"Fundamental of Software Engineering (2007)."

He uses the next methods but i can't understand what it is (Its abit close to WaterFall but also very diffrent) :

document title: Steps in the creation of the software Products
Paragraph: "1.Step 1: User or Client ?"
this pargraph describes the end user or the client .
who is going to use it and why (WaterFall.analysys ? )

Paragraph 2:"Step 2:Requirements of user"
Explains the user Requirement (SRS ? )

Paragraph 3:"Step 3 :Algorithms:"
Defines the algorithms that are going to be used.
Software and Hardware spesificaion for this Algorythem.

Paragraph 4:"step 4 : Specification "
Software definitions and specification (WaterFall.deisgn ?).
Paragraph 5:"step 5 : Testing"
Paragraph 6:"step 6 :Reliability:"

All this is nice but it is pretty defiant from Water Fall .

Anyone ? .. I don't have a clue what methodology it is ..

01-26-2008, 09:21 AM
Very vague.

Who says it's a named methodology?

01-26-2008, 09:40 AM
Hgh.. i guess even if he is a Pro. he didn't invent some thing new .

so i am trieng to read more about it (To understand better).

01-26-2008, 10:30 AM
The related info (question 1) inside the atteched file.