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Planning is essential and software development is no exception. Achieving success in software development requires planning. Software project planning involves deciding what tasks need to be done, in what order to do the tasks, and what resources are needed to accomplish the tasks.
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One of the rst tasks is to break the large tasks into small tasks. It means nding identi able parts of the tasks. It also means nding deliverables and milestones that can be used to measure progress. The work breakdown structure (WBS) should be a tree structure. The top-level breakdown usually matches the life cycle model (LCM) used in the organization. The next-level breakdown can match the processes in the organization s process model (PM). Further levels are used to partition the task into smaller, more manageable tasks. The following are rules for constructing a proper work breakdown structure: 1. The WBS must be a tree structure. There should be no loops or cycles in the WBS. Iterative actions will be shown in the process model and/or the life cycle model. 2. Every task and deliverable description must be understandable and unambiguous. The purpose of a WBS is communication with team members. If the team members misinterpret what the task or deliverable is supposed to be, there will be problems.
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CHAPTER 4 Software Project Planning
3. Every task must have a completion criterion (often a deliverable). There must be a way to decide when a task is completed, because subtasks that have no de nite ending encourage false expectations of progress. This decision is called a completion criterion. It may be a deliverable, for example, a complete design for the project, and then a peer review can decide if it is complete. 4. All deliverables (artifacts) must be identi ed. A deliverable must be produced by some task or it won t be produced. 5. Positive completion of the tasks must imply completion of the whole task. The purpose of the work breakdown schedule is to identify the subtasks necessary to complete the whole task. If important tasks or deliverables are missing, the whole task will not be accomplished.
EXAMPLE 4.1
In making a loaf of bread, the life cycle model for cooking might be as shown in Fig. 4-1.
Select food Assemble ingredients Cook food Eat food Clean up
Fig. 4-1.
Life cycle model for cooking.
The process model for cooking might be as shown in Fig. 4-2.
Cook Ingredients
Uncooked food Cook Food
Recipe
Fig. 4-2.
Cooking process model.
The subtasks might be as follows: Choose ingredients, Check on ingredients, Assemble ingredients, Add liquids, Add yeast, Add small amount of flour, Make sponge (yeast and liquids), Let rise
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first time, Add remaining flour, Knead, Let rise second time, Form into loaves, Let rise third time, Bake, Slice, Butter, Eat, and Clean up. These can be divided into the phases of the life cycle model and processes of the process model (the leftmost are LCMs, those with one indent are PMs, those with two indents are tasks, and the deliverables are on the right): Select food Choose ingredients Check on ingredients Assemble ingredients Assemble ingredients Cook food Mix Add liquids Add yeast Add small amount of flour Make sponge (yeast and liquids) Let rise first time Add remaining flour and knead Let rise second time Form into loaves Let rise third time Cook Bake Eat Slice Butter Eat Clean up Clean up
List of ingredients Shopping list
Assembled ingredients
Liquid in bowl Liquids with yeast Liquids and flour Sponge Risen sponge Kneaded dough Risen dough Loaves Risen loaves
Bread
Slice of bread Buttered slice Good taste
Clean kitchen
EXAMPLE 4.2
Team XYZ wants to develop a face recognition system for use on the robot. The system is intended to greet visitors to the robotics laboratory. It should recognize faces it has seen before with a reasonable reliability. The first pass on the work breakdown might recognize the following subtasks: Feasibility Determine feasibility of vision. Determine camera and software availability. Schedule camera and vision software acquisition. Risk Analysis Determine vision risks. Requirements Specify requirements. Design Design prototypes. Prototype vision.
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