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A New Approach to Software Development Fusion Process Model

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There are several software process models that have been proposed and are based on task involved in developing and maintaining software product. The large number of software projects not meeting their expectation in terms of functionality, cost, delivery schedule and effective project management appears to be lacking. In this paper, we present a new software fusion process model, which depicts the essential phases of a software project from initiate stage until the product is retired. Fusion is component based software process model, where each component implements a problem solving model. This approach reduces the risk associated with cost and time, as these risks will be limited to a component only and ensure the overall quality of software system by considering the changing requirements of customer, risk assessment, identification, evaluation and composition of relative concerns at each phase of development process.

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R. Kaur and J. Sengupta, "A New Approach to Software Development Fusion Process Model," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 3 No. 10, 2010, pp. 998-1004. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2010.310117.


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