Ppt on building information modeling software

1.1 S/W LIFE CYCLE MODELS 1.2 UNDERSTANDING S/W PROCESS

Software Life Cycle Models Chapter : Topic Covered About software process model Build and Fix Model Why Models are needed? Process as a "black box“ & Problem Process as a “white box“ & Advantage Prescriptive Model Waterfall Model or Linear Sequential Incremental Process Models Incremental Model RAD Model Evolutionary Process Models Prototyping Spiral Model Concurrent Development Model Fourth Generation Techniques (4GT) Component based development (CBD) Software process model Process models/ information in/


Project Management Maturity Model

managers regularly Compare contents of successive software builds/releases against plan Report & Document (software) work product defects & problems Track problem reports to closure Adjust prioritized risks & contingencies in step with new information Risks (technical, cost, schedule,/4 ANALYSIS HIERARCHY This is a close polymorphism of QUANTITATIVE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT from the Workforce Maturity Model. Included here for IT Service evaluation, specifically. LEVEL 4 ANALYSIS HIERARCHY CAPABILITY LEVEL 4 /


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that service the attributes indicate how classes/objects are related build a behavioral model iterate on the first five steps 16 These courseware materials are to be used in conjunction with Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach, 5/e and are /implementation description shows implementation details for each operation implied by a message that is passed to an object.  information about the objects private part  internal details about the data structures that describe the object’s attributes  /


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, Inc., copyright © 1996, 2001, 2005 30 The Flow Model Every computer-based system is an information transform.... computerbasedsystem input output These courseware materials are to be used in conjunction with Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach, 6/e and are provided /. Pressman & Associates, Inc., copyright © 1996, 2001, 2005 48 Guidelines for Building a CSPEC list all sensors that are "read" by the software list all interrupt conditions list all "switches" that are actuated by the operator list/


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, Inc., copyright © 1996, 2001, 2005 17 The Flow Model Every computer-based system is an information transform.... computerbasedsystem input output These courseware materials are to be used in conjunction with Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach, 6/e and are provided /. Pressman & Associates, Inc., copyright © 1996, 2001, 2005 35 Guidelines for Building a CSPEC list all sensors that are "read" by the software list all interrupt conditions list all "switches" that are actuated by the operator list/


Chapter 4 Capturing the Requirements.

to the consistency requirements Inconsistencies are highlighted but not addressed until there is sufficient information to make informed decision 4.2 Requirements Elicitation Means of Eliciting Requirements Interviewing stake holders Reviewing available/ Both… becase they involve building software in order to answer questions about the requirements. 4.7 Prototyping Requirements Prototyping vs. Modeling Good for answering questions about the user interfaces Modeling Quickly answer questions about constraints/


MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

person for more than one application. Database Management System – is a software program to establish, update and use a model base; to screen each request for information and determine that the person making the request is indeed an autorised/only on search for new customers and target markets, but also the search for: partners to invest jointly, building optimized supply chain, trade information, building cooperational nets, and acquiring know-how. Types of e-transactions: Customer-to-customer (C2C) – in /


SEG 2106 Software Construction Instructor: Hussein Al Osman the course Material is Based on the course constructed by Profs: Gregor v. Bochmann (https://www.site.uottawa.ca/~bochmann/)

Informal Labs Your mark will be proportional to the number of task successfully completed: All the tasks are completed: 1% More than half completed: 0.75% Almost half is completed: 0.5% You have tried at least (given that you attended the whole session): 0.25% Major Course Topics Chapter 1: Introduction and Behavioral Modeling Introduction to software development processes Waterfall model/ with each active processes Detection: detect by building directed resource graphs and looking for circles Recovery/


Software Design Models, Tools & Processes Alan Blackwell Cambridge University Computer Science Tripos Part 1a.

describing a solution  at first with many gaps …  eventually in sufficient detail to build the solution Learning by building models  The software design process involves gaining knowledge about a problem, and about its technical solution.  We /can include special keywords in a comment explaining the interface to that class  During javadoc compilation, the keyword information gets converted to a consistent reference format using HTML  The documentation for standard Java libraries is all generated/


Overview SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Overview.

application domain (or domain, for short) That is, the specific business environment in which the software product is to operate Second, build a business model Use UML to describe the client’s business processes If at any time the client does not/ should not test their own code artifacts Who Should Perform Execution-Based Testing? (contd) Solution: The programmer does informal testing The SQA group then does systematic testing The programmer debugs the module All test cases must be Planned beforehand,/


Chapter 15, Software Life Cycle, Unified Process

(or the “bits on the screen”). Extremely important: Distinguish between the information inherent in the system models (functional models, dynamic models, object models) and the paper on which it is written (or the “bits on the screen”). The main goal of a software development project is the creation of models and the construction of the software system. The purpose of documentation is to support this goal. Historical Reasons/


Chapter 6 System Design: Decomposing the System

/Coupling Access Control List vs Capabilities Security 6. Global Resource Handlung 4. Hardware/ Software Mapping Special Purpose Systems Buy vs Build Allocation of Resources Connectivity 5. Data Management Persistent Objects Filesystem vs Database Dynamic Model 7. Software Control 1. Design goals 2. System decomposition Breaking the system into subsystems, Layers and partitions, System information flow (topology) 3. Identification of concurrency Threads of control 4. Hardware/


HAPTER 7 Information Systems Controls for Systems Reliability

IS resource. Developing a comprehensive set of security policies begins with taking an inventory of information systems resources, including: Hardware Software Databases SECURITY AS A MANAGEMENT ISSUE Once the resources have been identified, they need /to compare logs to a database containing patterns of traffic associated with known attacks. An alternative technique builds a model representing “normal” network traffic and uses various statistical techniques to identify unusual behavior. DETECTIVE CONTROLS /


INFM 700: Session 13 System Building Issues Jimmy Lin The iSchool University of Maryland Monday, April 28, 2008 This work is licensed under a Creative.

Functionality Build Prototype Initial Requirements Write Specification Create Software Write Test Plan Development Models Managing Systems Open Source Software Cloud Computing iSchool Testing Component testing End-to-end testing Formal verification User testing Development Models Managing Systems Open Source Software Cloud Computing iSchool Management Issues Maintenance and administration Beware of recurring costs Retrospective conversion Moving from “legacy systems” Even converting electronic information/


HAPTER 7 Information Systems Controls for Systems Reliability

IS resource. Developing a comprehensive set of security policies begins with taking an inventory of information systems resources, including: Hardware Software Databases SECURITY AS A MANAGEMENT ISSUE Once the resources have been identified, they need /to compare logs to a database containing patterns of traffic associated with known attacks. An alternative technique builds a model representing “normal” network traffic and uses various statistical techniques to identify unusual behavior. DETECTIVE CONTROLS /


The Domains? – the Future?

sequence of actions & responses? What variations? Helps to set out requirements and to build the Service Composition Helps to test that the Service Composition delivers what was needed Domain Map (informal) or Model (formal) Workflow / Process Models (Humans + Systems) As-Is & To-Be Application (UI, application specific software, service coordination) Service Usage Model (a set of services organised and coordinated to provide an function within an/


Management Information Systems II. Oskar Szumski, PhD

firms that dominate the ecosystem and create the platforms used by other niche firms An ecosystem strategic model Using systems for competitive advantage Sustaining competitive advantage Aligning it with business objectives Managing strategic transitions / software can be organized. Ask students to evaluate which of these methods, if implemented effectively, they think might produce the highest ROI. Which might be the riskiest? 104 Traditional systems lifecycle Oldest method for building information systems/


SW Engineering Process

zero point, so ratios of distances to the zero point are meaningful. 4.4 Software Information Models As the data are collected and the measurement repository is populated, we become able to build models using both data and knowledge. These models exist for the purposes of analysis, classification, and prediction. Such models need to be evaluated to ensure that their levels of accuracy are sufficient and that/


University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering Barry Boehm and Jo Ann Lane University of Southern California Center for.

Often with evidence-based competitive downselect No one-size-fits all contracting –Separate instruments for build-to-spec, agile rebaselining, V&V teams With funding and award fees for collaboration, /Software Development, Dorset House, 2000. International Standards Organization, Information Technology Software Life Cycle Processes, ISO/IEC 12207, 1995 ISO, Systems Engineering – System Life Cycle Processes, ISO/IEC 15288, 2002. Jensen, R. “An Improved Macrolevel Software Development Resource Estimation Model/


CSC 205 Software Engineering I 1 Overview - Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Design review Object Modeling Technique – Object-Oriented Analysis – Object-Oriented.

Object-Oriented Analysis is the “requirements phase” of Object-Oriented Software Development – think of it as an alternative semi-formal technique CSC 205 Software Engineering I 7 Object-Oriented Analysis Builds a real-world model from requirements – client interviews – domain knowledge – real-world experience Model is more precise and concise than the informal problem definition The model addresses three aspects of objects – class structure and relationships – sequencing/


6/19/20151 CSE P503: Principles of Software Engineering David Notkin Autumn 2007 Evolution There is in the worst of fortune the best of chances for a happy.

important factor underlying improvements in productivity.” 6/19/201517 Approaches to reducing cost Design for change (proactive) –Information hiding, layering, open implementation, aspect-oriented programming, etc. Tools to support change (reactive) –grep, etc/Others? 6/19/201519 Program understanding & comprehension Definition: The task of building mental models of the underlying software at various abstraction levels, ranging from models of the code itself to ones of the underlying application domain, for /


LBSC 690: Session 12 Building and Deploying Systems Jimmy Lin College of Information Studies University of Maryland Monday, November 26, 2007.

need relate to broader user activities? How does software fit into the picture? system analysis development models management Information Flows Where does information originate? Might come from multiple sources Feedback loops/ functionality system analysis development models management A Hybrid Model Update Requirements Choose Functionality Build Prototype Initial Requirements Write Specification Create Software Write Test Plan system analysis development models management Requirements Availability Mean Time/


University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering 9/21/20101 CS 510 Fall 2010 Software Engineering: Overview of Selby/Boehm.

201078 The Top Ten Software Risk Items (Concluded) 7. Requirements changes 9. Externally-performed tasks 6. Architecture, performance, quality 10. Straining Computer Science capabilities High change threshold; information hiding; incremental development (defer changes to later increments) Reference checking; pre-award audits; award-fee contracts; competitive design or prototyping; team-building Architecture tradeoff analysis and review boards; simulation; benchmarking; modeling; prototyping; instrumentation/


Chapter 8 Analysis Modeling

, and the name of the object is underlined. Object Name SWE311_Ch08 (071) Software & Software Engineering Building a Class SWE311_Ch08 (071) Software & Software Engineering Classes A class is a description of a group of objects with common /information or a request for some action. SWE311_Ch08 (071) Software & Software Engineering CRC Modeling SWE311_Ch08 (071) Software & Software Engineering Reviewing the CRC Model All participants in the review (of the CRC model) are given a subset of the CRC model/


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should optimize the user’s work efficiency, not the efficiency of the Web engineer who designs and builds it or the client-server environment that executes it Efficiency—The design of the WebApp and its /Software Engineering: A Practitioner’s Approach, 6/e and are provided with permission by R.S. Pressman & Associates, Inc., copyright © 1996, 2001, 2005 63 Interface Design Workflow-I Review information contained in the analysis model and refine as required. Review information contained in the analysis model/


Chapter 14: Project Management

model Skill matrix Organizations Visualizing organization structures Spectrum of organizational structures Software Project Management Plan Activities Planning the project Organizing the project Controlling the project Terminating the project Outline Work breakdown structure Project scheduling What is it? Building/ sure A does a certain change: Decision Flow Basis of organization: Nonlinear information flow across dynamically formed units A Nonhierarchical Organization: Egoless Programming [Weinberg 1971]/


LBSC 690: Week 13 Building and Deploying Systems Jimmy Lin College of Information Studies University of Maryland Monday, April 30, 2007.

the particular need relate to broader user activities? How does software fit into the picture? system analysis development models management Information Flows Where does information originate? Might come from multiple sources Feedback loops may have no/queries and index structure Evaluating systems: precision vs. recall final review System Life Cycle Building and deploying systems System analysis Software development models Managing complex systems Open Source The “chilling effects” of DRM, DMCA, etc. final/


The chapter will address the following questions:

their centralized computing applications to have a similar ‘look and feel’ using the GUI model). Information Technology Architecture Network Architectures for Client/Server Computing Distributed Presentation: Distributed presentation computing advantages: It/). Again, a large number of independent software tool vendors are building add-on and replacement tools for these SDEs. Information Technology Architecture Process Architecture - The Software Development Environment and System Management SDEs for /


Department of Information Engineering670 Software engineering “Why programming is hard to manage?” - Tom Watson, Founder of IBM This question is addressed.

–Like different blueprints represent different aspects of building Use-Case View Logical View Implementation View Process View Deployment View Department of Information Engineering678 4+1 view model of architecture Logical View –Describes the functional requirements of the system –An abstraction of the design model, identifies major design packages, subsystems, and classes Implementation View –Describes the organization of software modules –Source code, data files, components, executables/


Professional Software Development Shorter Schedules, Higher Quality Products, More Successful Projects, Enhanced Careers by Steve McConnell Matt Sawka.

of Ethics and Professional Practice Alchemy Best-practices Diffusing information Overview The Software Tarpit Wrestling with Dinosaurs Fool’s Gold Cargo Cult Software Engineering Body of Knowledge Novum Organum Individual Professionalism Orphans Preferred Raising Your Software Consciousness Building the Community      Programmer Writing Organizational Professionalism Software Gold Rushes Business Case for Better Software Practices Ptolemaic Reasoning Quantifying Personnel Factors Construx’s Professional/


SW&OO-1.1 CSE300 Software Engineering and Object-Oriented Design and Development Prof. Steven A. Demurjian, Sr. Computer Science & Engineering Department.

, etc. SW&OO-1.7 CSE300 Influences on Software Engineering  Cost of Software Continues to Increase, Requiring More Efficient Software Production  Software Acquisition vs. Outsourcing  Software Reuse vs. Build-from-Scratch  Complexity of Large Software Altered the View from Development Perspective ConceptionDesign Development IntegrationDistribution Documentation MaintenanceEvolution Extension  Software Engineering/Computer Science Growth  350,000 Information Technology Jobs Open  100,000 New Jobs per/


Unified Software Practices v 5.0-D Copyright  1998 Rational Software, all rights reserved 1 Introduction to Rational Unified Process.

Vision  Visual Modeling of Systems  Quality Management  Change Control Management Unified Software Practices v 5.0-D Copyright  1998 Rational Software, all rights reserved 4 RUP Features  Online Repository of Process Information and Description in /baseline architecture  Construction - Build the product  Transition - Transition the product into end user community time Unified Software Practices v 5.0-D Copyright  1998 Rational Software, all rights reserved 34 /


2. Web Engineering Fundamentals

Information, node/link structure, UI & page layout separate. Aspects – Same as Software Applications Phases – Approach depends upon type of application Customization – Context information SWE 444: Internet & Web Application Development Web Application Modeling For Web-centric modeling/ fleeting, but instilling confidence during a transaction is highly critical Ways to build trust: About us Easy-to-access Contact Information Interaction mechanisms (FAQ, chat rooms) Security & privacy policies Exchange and /


Public Information Version 3.1: 1/1/2012 Introducing Instant Business Intelligence To BI Consulting Companies What you need, when you need it www.InstantBI.com.

can be offered, with source code, for so little money. For even a small to medium sized company building an Enterprise Business Intelligence System SeETL RunTime is practically free. The current version of SeETL RunTime has been under/ understand metadata model. SeETL RunTime writes a large number of logging rows into the same metadata model. All this information is readily available through standard reports presented through web pages using Microsoft Report Services. No other ETL software presents the /


IBM Rational Overview with highlights for testing, software quality and build automation Bill.Hahn@us.ibm.com Sr. Consulting Developer/Architect For.

Unified Process Requirements & analysis Design & construction Software quality Business Modeler RequisitePro Software Architect/Modeler Data Modeler Software Architect/Modeler Application Developer Integration Developer Performance Tester Functional Tester Manual/Build Forge value and what it does Build Forge provides an adaptive framework that allows development teams to standardize and automate repetitive tasks, share essential product information, and respond quickly to change. Reduced cost of software/


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& Associates, Inc., copyright © 1996, 2001, 2005 41 Guidelines for Building a CSPEC list all sensors that are "read" by the software list all interrupt conditions list all "switches" that are actuated by the operator/model should add to an overall understanding of software requirements and provide insight into the information domain, function and behavior of the system. Each element of the analysis model should add to an overall understanding of software requirements and provide insight into the information/


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-box) Based techniques Models, either formal or informal; are used for the specification of problem to be solved From these models test cases can be derived systematically Structure (Black-box) Based techniques Information about how the software is constructed is used/<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Test Execution Test Evaluation It is the process of running a set of test procedures against target software build of the application under test and logging the results. Automation Test Evaluation It is the process of /


Software Engineering Prof. Ing. Ivo Vondrak, CSc. Dept. of Computer Science Technical University of Ostrava

Build software system Use software system System adequate? Deliver software system NO YES Rational Unified Process ® Best Practices: Develop software iteratively Manage requirements Use component-based architectures Visually model software Verify software quality Control changes to software The Rational Unified Process® is a Software/fulfilled Return message; response to the sender Object Alternative Scenario External Information System Object Lifeline Merging Scenarios Branching Joining scenarios What is a /


® IBM Software Group © 2007 IBM Corporation Java and.Net Two platforms, one solution Delivering flexible Java/J2EE and.NET solutions with IBM Rational.

flexible Java/J2EE and.NET solutions with IBM Rational software IBM Software Group | Rational software 12 Introducing Rational Modeling Extension for Microsoft.NET Implementation Technology Information Architecture Technical Architecture Construction/ Assembly Business Architecture WAS, /Reference Only See speaker notes for handling instructions IBM Software Group | Rational software 31 Environment Rational Solutions Used Results “IBM Rational Build Forge helped us centralized our product management by /


University of Southern California Center for Software Engineering CSE USC ©USC-CSE 5/10/2002 1 The Future of Software Engineering Barry Boehm, USC Boeing.

CSE USC ©USC-CSE 5/10/2002 48 Development Approach Use USC seven step model building process Keep things simple –Start with Inception phase first when only large- grain information tends to be available –Use EIA 632 to bound tasks that are part of the effort –Focus on software intensive subsystems first (see next chart for explanation), then extend to total systems Develop the/


The BIM and Revit Architecture The Building Information Model and BIM Software Revit® Architecture 2012.

The BIM and Revit Architecture The Building Information Model and BIM Software Revit® Architecture 2012 C H A P T E R OBJECTIVES 0 Understand the history and concept of Building Information Modeling (BIM). Understand the concept of parametric modeling. Understand why parametric building modeling matters. Understand the one-model BIM concept. Introduction Today, with Revit Architecture, which is Building Information Model (BIM) authoring software, designers are creating buildings in a new way. Instead of /


13.1 © 2007 by Prentice Hall 13 Chapter Building Systems.

process. Evaluate alternative methods for building information systems. Compare alternative methodologies for modeling systems. Identify and describe new approaches for system- building in the digital firm era. 13.3 © 2007 by Prentice Hall A New Ordering System for Girl Scout Cookies Problem: Inefficient manual procedures, high error rate. Solutions: Eliminate manual procedures, design new ordering process, and implement database building software to batch and track orders/


GCSE Information Technology Computers, data and information 1 A computer is an information processing machine. Computers process data to produce information.

WordPerfect) are used to produce text based documents such as letters, reports and memos; Common types of general purpose software GCSE Information Technology Desktop publishing (DTP) packages (e.g. MS Publisher, PageMaker, PagePlus) are used to produce professional quality / GCSE Information Technology Common uses for computer models Car manufacturers use models to test the effects of crashes on new cars, which is a lot more cost effective than building and crashing real cars Civil engineers use models to /


R. Husar 1992 ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATICS (1) Draft outline of a discipline devoted to the study of environmental information: creation, storage, access,

education, regulation and policy requires: Specification of the information need by the user An information system (model, educational software or a decision support system) that is capable of delivering the needed information. Domain data supplied by the producer or brokers./the network. Another principle is that of open, standard interfaces that allow users and third parties to build new applications and capabilities upon a standardized infrastructure. It is hard to criticize industry for pursuing the /


Copyright © 1995-2013 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

collaborating with technology companies in the United States and abroad to build entry points into their products. The documents do not identify which/ Copyright © 1995-2013 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE Modeling can help us understand how threats propagate across domains. –There are / customer loses account Issues: –Does not use encryption ▪No changes to client software ▪Minimal changes needed for merchant ▪Known compromise scenario, but of limited use/


1 Information System Audit Essential of IS Audit for IT Engineer UP-ITTC October. 2010.

Information technology - Security techniques - Code of practice for information security management XXXXXX Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)XXXXX Val IT by IT Governance Institute (ITGI)XX Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)XXX COSO (The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission) Control Framework XXX CMMI (Capability Maturity Model®Integration)XXX ISO/IEC 9126 & 25000 Software/ R R R R R R Buy Make (Build) Scope of General System Development 36 Overview of /


Software Assurance: A Strategic Initiative of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to Promote Integrity, Security, and Reliability in Software Joe.

 300K production sites Key Assets  104 nuclear power plants  80K dams  5,800 historic buildings  3,000 government facilities  commercial facilities / 460 skyscrapers An Asymmetric Target-rich Environment a well-/Metrics Guide for Information Technology Systems  Draft ISO/IEC 27004, Information Security Management Measurement  ISO/IEC 15939, Software Engineering - Software Measurement Process, also known as Practical Software and System Measurement (PSM)  Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)/


Software Engineering An Oxymoron in Your Organization? Some Observations… from Jonathan Kern.

(shape) is key part of process Formal development methods Yes, for modeling/building, FDD doesn’t cover testing Formal risk management  Informal thru continuous integration Automated config. control  Not the mission of FDD <10% requirements creep Process works to minimize creep Patterns of Software Systems Failure and Success (Jones 1996) June 15, 2000Copyright (c) 2000. TogetherSoft Corp. All Rights Reserved.67 FDD’s Contribution/


Building Information Modeling Management Linked to a Facility Management Software Platform Catalyst.

work order management Fewer errors out in the field Descriptive Data from multiple sources Reduced task completion time Access FM information from Revit As-Built Model Link space, equipment, asset & portfolio inventories to multiple models/facilities Combine models in one infrastructure model for assessment Productivity increases across the board V: BIMM TO FM – WORK FLOW PROCESS Catalyst Building Information Modeling Management Linked to a Facility Management Software Platform Catalyst


NPOESS Data Exploitation (NDE) Preliminary Design Review November 21, 2006 NSOF Building 4231 Suitland Road Room 2001.

Software Engineering Institutes (SEI) Capability Maturity Model (CMM), with the goal of Level 2 certification during proposal evaluation and Level 3 certification three years after contract award. SM1 SRS2013.14.8 NOAA IT Best Practices - The System shall be designed and built with NOAA IT "Best Practices" guidance from the NESDIS Information/ Science Algorithm Development & Integration Environment Configuration Management Request for DHS Build Delivery 21 3 DHS Delivery 4 DHS Delivery DHS Promotion to /


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