Sparse Design: Cross-Disciplinary Communications in Software Development

Gail Thornburg
InSITE 2003  •  Volume 3  •  2003
One of the precepts of traditional models of software development is that detailed specifications, that is, what precisely the software should do, must precede the design and then creation of the code. This paper details scenarios of non-conformance to this model, and explores the issues that arise from the failure of the model.
knowledge representation, software design, information retrieval
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