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V-Model General
2.1 Product Structure and Application Fields of the V-Model
2.2 Marginal Conditions for the Generation of IT Systems
2.3 Symbols for Activities and Products
2.4 Valid State Transitions of Products
2.5 Cooperation of Submodels
2.6 V-Model Products (Product Tree)
3.1 Planning a System Development
System Development
4.1 Overview of Functions in Submodel SD
4.2 SD1 - System Requirement Analysis
4.3 SD2 - System Design
4.4 SD3 - SW/HW Requirements Analysis
4.5 SD4 - Preliminary SW Design
4.6 SD5 - Detailed SW Design
4.7 SD6 - SW Implementation
4.8 SD7 - SW Integration
4.9 SD8 - System Integration
4.10 SD9 - Transition to Utilization
Quality Assurance
5.1 Constructive and Analytical Quality Assurance Measures
5.2 Terminology Assessment
5.3 Overview of Functions in Submodel QA
5.4 QA1 - QA Initialization
5.5 QA2 - Assessment Preparation
5.6 QA4 - Product Assessment
Configuration Management
6.1 Valid State Transitions of Products to be developed
6.2 Overview of Functions in Submodel CM
6.3 CM1 - CM Planning
6.4 CM2 - Product and Configuration Management
6.5 CM3 - Change Management (Configuration Control)
6.6 Status of a Change
6.7 CM4 - CM Services
Project Management
7.1 Overview of Functions in Submodel PM
7.2 PM1 - Project Initialization
Connection between Business Process
Reengineering and V-Model
BPR.1 Business Processes, IT Systems and V-Model
BPR 2 Organization Development vs. Business Process Reengineering
BPR.3 Structure and Analysis of Business Processes
ISO and AQAP Environment
ISO.1 Interrelation of Quality Standards
ISO.2 Interrelation of the Standards and Their Instantiation
ISO.3 The Processes of the ISO 12207
Reverse Engineering
RE. 1 Investigating User Demand
RE. 2 Realization of Software-Related Improvements
RE. 3 Restoring the Technical Aspects
RE. 4 Restoring the User-Level Aspects
RE. 5 Mapping the User-Level View to the Technical View
RE. 6 SW Integration
RE. 7 System Integration
RE. 8 Reintroduction of the System
RE. 9 Finding Reusable SW Items
Safety and Criticality
SSA.1 SD and QA Cooperation with Regard to Criticality
Scenarios
SC.1 Sequence of SD Activities in an Incremental Development
SC.2 PM Cycle for Incremental Development
SC.3 Sequence of SD Activities in Grand Design
SC.4 Sequence of SD Activities when Off-the-Shelf Products are Used
SC.5 Sequence of SD Activities in Object-Oriented Development
SC.6 Sequence of SD Activities during Development of Knowledge-Based Systems
SC.7 Procedure during Product Update
SC.8 Sequence of SD Activities during the Realization of Maintenance/Modification
Tailoring
T. 1 Example for the Different Relevance of Regulations
T. 2 Application of the Tailoring
T. 3 Classification of Project Types
T. 4 Application of the Deletion Conditions
T. 5 Generation, Assessment and Documentation of the Project-Specific V-Model
T. 6 Illustration of the different Tailoring Procedures
T. 7 Example for the Adjustment of Activities
T. 8 Basic Structure of the Tailoring Forms
T. 9 Submodel SD
T. 10 Submodel QA
T. 11 Submodel CM
T. 12 Submodel PM
Environment
ENV.1 Example of a Chronological Activity Sequence
ENV.2 V-Model Application in Different Situations
ENV.3 Application Scope of the Overall Project Manual
ENV.4 Application Scope of two HAN Project Manuals
ENV.5 Application Scope of the Project Manuals
Methods Allocation
1.1 Example "Complex Methods"-"Basic Methods"
2.1 Overview of Functions in Submodel SD
2.2 Methods Allocation, Allocation Table
CRC.1 CRC Card
FS.1 Refinement of Formal Specifications
4.1 Method Interfaces
4.2 Example SRM-Matrix
4.3 Example Interface BAR-NPT
4.4 Example Interface DFM-ER
4.5 Example Interface DFM-FCTD
4.6 Example Data Flow Chart
4.7 Example Control Flow Diagram
4.8 Example Interface DNAV-ER
4.9 Example Interface DNAV-PCODE
4.10 Means for Generating a Correct Refinement
4.11 Lifecycle "Order"
4.12 Function Net "Order Processing"
4.13 Lifecycle "Order"
4.14 Elimination of Transitive Relation Types
4.15 Dissolution of Multiple Hierarchical Dependences
4.16 Normalization: ARTICLE
4.17 Means for Generating a Correct Program
4.18 Example Control Flow Diagram
4.19 Example State Automaton
4.20 Example Process Activation Table
4.21 Example Process Interaction diagram for telephone call
4.22 PCODE Section for Example of a Telephone call
4.23 Structure Chart Architecture
4.24 PCODE Description of the Module "Administration of Customer Data"
4.25 State Automaton for Scheduler Process of the Reader/Writer
4.26 PCODE-Section for the Scheduler Process
4.27 Process Interaction Diagram for the Reader/Writer Problem
4.28 State Automaton for Scheduler Process of the Reader/Writer Problem
Functional Tool Requirements
1.1 Procedure for the Selection of Tools
1.2 Evaluation Procedure for the Functionality of a Tool
1.3 Specification Procedure of Tool Requirements
2.1 Interconnection of Requirement, Tool and Service Unit
2.2 Structure of the SDE Reference Model
2.3 Interconnection of Service Units, Methods and Activities
GDPA Introduction
Intro1 GDPA as a process web-center for standards
Intro2 Learning Technology Systems Architecture (LTSA) by IEEE 1484
Intro3 Meta-Model layers in GDPA
Intro4 Links on the meta-level
Intro5 Simplified version of process phases
Intro6 GDPA integrates V-Model
GDPA Glossary
G.1 Waterfall Model
External
E.1 Quagmire Frameworks
E.2 ECSS Standards
E.3 Process Cycle

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