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Analysis of Fusion Process Model—Case Study

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Fusion Process Model is a software process model to enhance the software development process. Fusion process model have five fundamental phases and one fusion process controller to control and co-ordinate the overall development process. Fusion Process Model uses 3C-Model to generalize the process of solving the problem in each phase. 3C-Model, which helps in implementing component based development approach and provides firmer control over the software development process. Because of the component driven approach, the risk associated with cost and time is limited to component only and ensure the overall quality of software system, reduce the development cost and time by considering the changing requirements of customer, risk assessment, identification, evaluation and composition of relative concerns at each phase of development process. We have implemented Fusion Process Model to the design of a real world information system and evaluated this implementation with the initial project estimation.

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R. Kaur and J. Sengupta, "Analysis of Fusion Process Model—Case Study," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 5 No. 3, 2012, pp. 119-128. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2012.53019.

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