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What are the different inputs and outputs of the phases in 
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# 1
Phase-I Feasibility Study: Input - Customer Requirement,
Budget and Timeframe / Output - Cost Benefit Analysis Report
Phase-II Requirement Analysis: Input - Customer
requirements given in different formats (BRD, FRD)/
Output - SRS
Phase-III System Analysis and Designing: Input - End User
Information / Output - ERD, DFD, Design Documents
Phase IV Development and Coding: Input - DB structures,
Coding and Programming / Output -developed modules
Phase V Integration and Testing: Input - Module
Integration, Test Plan, Test Cases / Output - Defects,
Issues, Interoperability Analysis Report
Phase VI Acceptance and Deployment: Input - Completed
Required System, User Guidance Documents / Output -
Acceptance Report, Deployment Issues
Is This Answer Correct ?    33 Yes 6 No
# 2
1)Reqiurement gathering/Initial phase:
Input:Customer or user reqirement.
Output:URS (user requirement specification).
2)Analysis phase:

Input:USR document.
Output:SRS (system Requiremt Specification)

3)Designing Phase:
Input:SRS document.
Output:TDD(Technical design document)

4)Coding phase:
Output:Developed software.

5)Testing Phase:
Input:Developed software.(Build)
Test Case.
Test Environment.
Output:Quality Product.
Test Deliverables.
6)Delivery and Maintenance.
Input:Quality product.
Output:Real time Issues.
Is This Answer Correct ?    18 Yes 2 No
Santosh Kumar Singh
# 3
For Problem Analysis phase, the inputs are problem statement
and scope & vision to this phase and the output from this
phase is system improvement objectives.

For Requirement analysis phase,
input -- system improvement objectives
Output --- Business Requirement statement

For Logical Design,
input --- Business Requirement statement
output --- logical design

for physical design,
input --- logical design
output ---- physical design & prototype

For construction and testing phase,
input --- physical design & prototype
output ---- functional system and training materials such as
user manuals, etc

For maintenance,

input--- operational system
output --- working business solution
Is This Answer Correct ?    8 Yes 3 No
Chan Myae
# 4
There are different stages in the project such as
1. Requirement gathering.
2. LLD / HLD or Prototype.
3. Construction.
4. Testing.
5. Implementation.

1. Requirement gathering.
Input - Discussion with project stake holder / understanding
their business process / suggesting the proposed process /
Existing report formats / system process.

Out Put - Blue print of the System requirement which we we
can call as SRS or BPR.

2. LLD / HLD or Prototype.

Input - Reviewed and client approved SRS / BPR.
Out Put - Final Prototype with complete HLD design.

3. Construction.

Input - Prototype and Final Database which incorporated the HLD.

Output - Constructed module, application.

4. Testing.

Input - Final SRS ( Which will have detailed section for
unit test,functional test, database , performance test)

Output - Detailed Test cases.

5. Implementation.

Input - Tested and build module/application/solution.
Output - Application live for UAT and ensure its running
with out bug and errors.
Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 2 No
# 5
Input to Requirement Phase : Scope Document, Sow
Output of Requirement Phase: Signed off SRS / BRD / BRS

Input to Analysis Phase: Baselined SRS / BRS / BRD
Output of Analysis Phase : Signed off FS

Input to Design Phase : Baselined FS
Output to Design Phase : Signed off HLD ,LLD

Input to Development \ Coding Phase : Coding standards
Baselined SRS, FS,HLD,LLD
Output to Development Phase : Source Code signed off by

Input to Testing Phase : Baselined Source Code
Output to Testing Phase : Test Plan,Test Cases, Results
Test Reports.

Input to Implementation Phase : Tested and build
Output to Implementation Phase: Application live for UAT
and ensure its running with out bug and errors
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 3 No
# 6
Input phases : Requirement, Coding, Implementation,Testing
Output phases: Design,Testing, Maintenances
Is This Answer Correct ?    21 Yes 28 No
Mahtab Alam
# 7
Software Development Life Cycle 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 37 No
Ahmed El Koloui

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Does XML has white spaces?   1
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Assignment A software house got a project to automate sales/purchase department of a furniture store. The store management is clearly transferred their requirements to the software house management. There is no chance of changing the requirements afterwards. Software house management use waterfall process model to make the project. Given is the progress flow of water-fall process model In waterfall process model, the deliverable (document) produced in one phase serves as an input to the next phase. Suppose you are a project manager who is leading this project. It is decided to work and complete the project using waterfall process model approach. You are required to develop a plan in which the key task is to decide the deliverable that should be built during and after completion of each phase. Also give a description or required contents that must be included in those deliverables. You are not supposed to make the complete project. All you are required to do is to make a Project plan. In that, you need to give a set of deliverables (documents) which according to you, should be developed in each of the phase (Requirements, Designing, implementation, Testing, Maintenance). Also provide contents which should be there in each deliverable. The contents should be clear and have brief explanation. Note:: There are one folder and one file in the attached folder. The file is named as Assignment 4 write-up which is your assignment write-up. The other folder named Project deliverables is the folder in which you are required to organize and place your deliverables. Name of the document/deliverable saved in each folder should be mentioned in the file named checklist (This file is placed in the “Project deliverables” folder) For Example If you produce a deliverable named Requirement Specification (RS) in the “Requirements” phase. You need to do following tasks 1) Finalize the RS contents 2) Save the file in sub-folder named Requirements 3) Write the name of this document in the checklist file under the heading Requirements. Similarly, you need to make and save deliverables of each phase. Not all phases contain one deliverable. There must be some phases having more than one deliverables. PLEASE SIR PRIVIDE ME THE CHECK LIST FOR GIVE SENERION ? CHECKLIST ARE: 1-Requirements 2- Designing 3- Implementation 4- Testing 5- Maintenance   1
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