Items where Author is "Howard, Yvonne"

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Software Development Life Cycles and Process Models
This presentation describes the evolution of Software Development Lifecycles (SDLCs) from the first formally proposed linear models including, the Waterfall (Royce 1970) through to iterative prototyping models (Spiral and Win-Win Spiral) and incremental, iterative models used in Agile Methods. We discuss the problems iinherent in each prpoosal and how successive models attempt to solve them.

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Introduction to Soft Systems Modelling
Two lectures that introduce the idea of modelling in the large, and contrasts hard system and soft system modelling. The second lecture goes into detail on a number of specific methods for analysing a system (CATWOE and CSH) and on modelling a system (Systems Diagrams and Personas).

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COMP1214 Coursework Description
These slides give the instructuions for completing the COMP1214 team project on cloud and mobile computing

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Case Study Envisioning and Engagement
This is a presentation that introduces the envisioning (set up) stage of a project or case study. it sets envisioning in a framework of software engineering and agile methodologies. The presentation also covers techniques for engaging with stakeholders in the domain of the project: building a co-designing team; information gathering; and the ethics of engagement. There is a short section on sprint planning and managing the project backlog (agile using a burndown chart.

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Week 2 - Organising Life
Second Computer Applications digital literacy lecture, tackling the issue of using digital tools to help organise our lives.

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Week 1 - Our Digital World
Introductory lecture for engineering foundation year Computer Applications module.

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Requirements Capture: Using UML Use Cases
This is a presentation for our year one INFO1008 course of Computational Systems. It covers the need for requirements capture and the difficulty of building a specification based on user information. We present UML Use Cases and Use Case diagrams as a way of capturing requirements from the users point of view in a semi-structured way.

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The Modelling Journey
These were slides developed as part of our work with the JISC Community Engagement Team and CETIS to introduce people to different forms of system modelling, including scenarios and personas, soft systems methods, UML (Use cases, activity diagrams and sequence diagrams), BMPN and EA modelling with Archimate.

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