Computer Science
ENTD 411 American Military University Week 4 Linear Sequential Flow Essay

ENTD 411

American Military University

ENTD

Question Description

I’m studying for my Computer Science class and need an explanation.

Note : Need only original paper.

For your assignment complete the following using screenshots, images or diagram of sample products, processes, etc. to illustrate and descriptive texts to address the items below (you may also consult YouTube.com as a source). This is not a research paper; however provide your source(s):


1. Provide a model (not a research paper) of the project management process in application development.

2. Illustrate how they relate.

3. Explain the consequences of not addressing each phase.

Submission Instructions: Upon completion, submit your completed project in this area of the classroom for grading.

Title your Word doc this way:
ENTD411 B001 Win 12
Week 4 Assignment
Last Name, First Name


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Provide a model (not a research paper) of the project management process in application development (use screenshots, images or diagram of processes, etc. to illustrate and descriptive texts to explain)

30

Illustrate how they relate.

30

Explain the consequences of not addressing each phase.

30

Provided substance-based content and delivery.

5

Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling & Cited Sources using APA format: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/.

5

Total

100

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Running head: PROJECT MANAGEMENT MODEL

Project Management Model
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PROJECT MANAGEMENT MODEL
Model

The waterfall methodology, one of the earliest models of the software development life
cycle, is a technique that illustrates the application development processes in a linear sequential
flow (Chari & Agrawal, 2018). This model is identified with a series of activities which are
separated by control gates. The control gates are used to determine whether a phase has been
completed before moving to the next project tasks. Waterfall, unlike, other methodologies such as
agile is simple and straightforward for the project team. This model is characterized by seven
stages that begin from planning to maintenance. The waterfall methodology offers a...

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