The white box view of the software system; i.e., those aspects of the software system that lie within the module black boxes.
resource- and schedule-constrained translation of design into an operating software system.
The process of upgrading controls from existing methods to Best Practice, this may require new hardware, modification of software or simply fine tuning of the existing system.
projects requiring components of system design, development, acceptance testing and/or implementation to produce the predefined deliverables. This may also include design and development of interfaces with other systems and purchasing of software products. E.g implementation of a new software package purchased for the University or development of a new corporate administrative information system for University staff use.
The software engineering process that establishes the code for the system with the aid of people and tools.
Activity between formal approval and a given system design and commencement of operations.
Working on the deliverables of the project to complete the site plan or product development.
The process of converting to a new system.
The process of translating a design into hardware components, software components, or both.