A Risk Assessment Model for Software Prototyping Projects
Nogueira, Juan Carlos
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Software prototyping processes have contributed to develop cheaper, faster and more reliable products. However, despite the advances in technology, little progress has been done in improving the management of software prototyping development projects. Research shows that 45 percent of all the causes for delayed software deliveries are related to organizational issues . This paper addresses the risk assessment issue, introducing metrics and a model that can be integrated with prototyping development processes.
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