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Title: Framework for Addressing Communication Issues in Agile Mode
Authors: Joshi, Parikshit
Supervisor: Aggarwal, Ashish
Goel, Shivani
Keywords: Agile Development;Communication Issues;DFD;XP
Issue Date: 16-Aug-2013
Abstract: There are various software development models are used in software industry. The selection of models is based on the type of software. Agile models are widely used for developing software in industries. Various types of models have been developed time to time and consistent work in the field of agile is going on. Different types of agile models have been developed as extreme programming (xp), adaptive system development, dynamic system development methodology, scrum etc. These methods provide quick response to change request, fast and frequent delivery of software products to customer and immediate feedback. Due to change in market scenario, these factors have made agile methods more popular than traditional software development methods. The problem, in agile methods, arise when distributed team working on different module of same software. And this problem become more crucial when there is less focus on documentation. In order to overcome problem, a framework has been proposed in this thesis. Framework will provide the information that which modules are connected to current module. So if there is any change request in current module then the team leader of other module which are related to current module can be informed immediately.
Description: M.E. (Software Engineering)
Appears in Collections:Masters Theses@CSED

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