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Four project life-cycle phases[ edit ] RUP phases and disciplines. The RUP has determined a project life-cycle consisting of four phases. Also, each phase has one key objective and milestone at the end that denotes the objective being accomplished. Inception phase[ edit ] The primary objective is to scope the system adequately as a basis for validating initial costing and budgets.
In this phase the business case which includes business context, success factors expected revenue, market recognition, etc. To complement the business case, a basic use case model, project plan, initial risk assessment and project description the core project requirements, constraints and key features are generated.
After these are completed, the project is checked against the following criteria: Requirements understanding as evidenced by the fidelity of the primary use cases.
Depth and breadth of any architectural prototype that was developed. Establishing a baseline by which to compare actual expenditures versus planned expenditures. If the project does not pass this milestone, called the life cycle objective milestone, it either can be cancelled or repeated after being redesigned Rational unified process better meet the criteria.
Elaboration phase Ortner [ edit ] The primary objective is to mitigate the key risk items identified by analysis up to the end of this phase. The elaboration phase is where the project starts to take shape. In this phase the problem domain analysis is made and the architecture of the project gets its basic form.
The outcome of the elaboration phase is: A use-case model in which the use-cases and the actors have been identified and most of the use-case descriptions are developed.
A description of the software architecture in a software system development process. An executable architecture that realizes architecturally significant use cases. Business case and risk list which are revised. A development plan for the overall project.
Prototypes that demonstrably mitigate each identified technical risk. A preliminary user manual optional This phase must pass the lifecycle architecture milestone criteria answering the following questions: Is the vision of the product stable?
Is the architecture stable? Does the executable demonstration indicate that major risk elements are addressed and resolved? Is the construction phase plan sufficiently detailed and accurate? Do all stakeholders agree that the current vision can be achieved using current plan in the context of the current architecture?
Is the actual vs. If the project cannot pass this milestone, there is still time for it to be canceled or redesigned. However, after leaving this phase, the project transitions into a high-risk operation where changes are much more difficult and detrimental when made.
The key domain analysis for the elaboration is the system architecture. Construction phase[ edit ] The primary objective is to build the software system. In this phase, the main focus is on the development of components and other features of the system.
This is the phase when the bulk of the coding takes place. In larger projects, several construction iterations may be developed in an effort to divide the use cases into manageable segments produce demonstrable prototypes.
The system also goes through an evaluation phase, any developer which is not producing the required work is replaced or removed. The product is also checked against the quality level set in the Inception phase.
If all objectives are met, the product release milestone is reached and the development cycle is finished.
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