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Overview: Concepts

The UPEDU provides basic and discipline-specific key concepts to describe the static aspect of the process. Some of the key concepts of the process, such as iterations, phases, risks, performance testing, and so on, are introduced in separate sections of the process, usually attached to the most appropriate discipline under the Concepts tab.

For more information on the basic key concepts of the process, see Key Concepts.

The following Concepts list is ordered following the Software Engineering Process Book Chapters.

Other Concepts:

  1.  Software Process and Software LifeCycle   
  2.  Models and Tools   
  3.  Requirements Discipline   
  4.  Analysis & Design Discipline   
  5.  The Implementation Discipline   
  6.  The Testing Discipline   
  7.  The Software Configuration and Change Management Discipline   
  8.  The Software Project Management Discipline   
  9.  Team   
  10.  Process Assessement and Improvement   
  11.  Software Process Measurement   
  12.  A Process Engineering Metamodel   

Software Process and LifeCycle Go to Top 

Methods and Tools Go to Top 

The Requirements Discipline Go to Top 

The Analysis & Design Discipline Go to Top 

The Implementation Discipline Go to Top 

The Test Discipline Go to Top 

The Configuration and Change Management Discipline Go to Top 

The Project Management Discipline Go to Top 

Process Assessement and Improvement Go to Top 

Software Process Measurement Go to Top 

A Process Engineering Metamodel Go to Top