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ID: 000690246 Name: Jahangir Alom
Course Coursework Tutor COMP1487: Rapid Development Methods RDM -Daffodil -DEC 12- AC Mrs Aditi Rawal Course School/Level Assessment Weight Submission Deadline CM/UG 50.00% 09/11/2012

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Rapid Development Methods

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Plagiarism Statement: This assignment based on the course of Business Information Technology (BIT) for Subject on Rapid Development Method (RDM) under The University of Greenwich. For this assignment I am going to analysis for fashion belts company, flowing the method of DSDM under Agile. I complicit this assignment myself it’s my own work, if any particular topic need to help I read some book and Web those are properly mention by Harvard Reference in the document.

Business Information Technology

University of Greenwich (UK)

Rapid Development Methods

December 2012

Table of Contents
Section-1 .......................................................................................................................................... 4 Introduction................................................................................................................................... 4 Section-2 .......................................................................................................................................... 5 Requirements Catalogue ................................................................................................................ 5 Section-2.1 ....................................................................................................................................... 5 Functional Requirements: .............................................................................................................. 5 Section-2.2 ....................................................................................................................................... 7 Non-Functional Requirements: ...................................................................................................... 7 Section-3 .......................................................................................................................................... 8 Prototyping: .................................................................................................................................. 8 Business Prototype: ................................................................................................................... 8 Usability Prototype: ................................................................................................................... 8 Performance and capacity Prototype: ......................................................................................... 9 Capability / Technique Prototype: .............................................................................................. 9 Section 3.1 ........................................................................................................................................ 9 The classes of users to be involved in development:....................................................................... 9 Section-4 .......................................................................................................................................... 9 Class Diagram: ............................................................................................................................ 10 Section 5...
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