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These short time-boxed iterative development cycles are primarily different than the sequential life cycles in that all life cycle activities are performed throughout the whole life cycle but with different workloads not only at corresponding phases as can be seen in Figure 5.
Indeed this risk control is a key advantage of iterative development.
If the two pillars of lean thinking are continuous improvement and respect for people, then its five pillars are: (1) intensive customer collaboration and interaction instead of contract negotiation, (2) small high-performance multi-disciplinary teams instead of bureaucratic processes, (3) iterative development of working operational systems and technology demonstrations instead of a mountain of documentation, (4) responding to changing customer needs, market conditions, and military threats instead of using earned value management to track an obsolete program plan until all of the money is spent, and (5) using powerful, high-level, flexible, and adaptive technologies instead of building every system one circuit board and one line of code at a time.
To a large extent, iterative development lifecycles help to address this because we can choose to leave unstable requirements until nearer the end of the project.
Using a design-based iterative development process (e.
Seminar attendees will learn how the Agile BI methodology allows business users and IT to collaborate on fast, iterative development of BI applications and will gain in-depth knowledge of the technology and services available.
Using WhereScape RED, MedAssets will be able to conduct agile, iterative development of its new Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance running the database from Teradata (NYSE: TDC), the analytic data solutions company.
To be in a position to establish market leadership, Tier 1 suppliers must prepare for a challenging balancing act between the opposing demands of cost efficiency and innovation experimentation that involves iterative development and rapid deployment.
Special emphasis is given to probabilistic risk assessment and iterative development cycle modeling.
f) Translate business needs into actionable documentation/specifications, including use case scenarios, models and conceptual design diagrams to support iterative development.
Through an accelerated, iterative development approach, users of LIFE will be able to easily and reliably create advanced, customized AI capabilities for their simulations, virtual environments and serious-games applications.
The suitability of the resulting framework is not only driven by but will be validated with end-users - manufacturing companies- in two steps: In the first, the joint iterative development of the framework together with selected end-users will take place (Pilot Experiments).

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