Product is any package that needs to be developed. To develop with success, product objectives and scope ought to be established, various solutions ought to be thought of, and technical and management constraints ought to be known. While not this data, it's not possible to outline cheap and correct estimates of the price, a good assessment of risk, a sensible breakdown of project tasks or a manageable project schedule that gives a meaning indication of progress. Software product is defined by the: The Product (Software) scope: Software project scope must be unambiguous and understandable at the management and technical level. Scope is defined by answering the following questions – Context: How does the s/w to be built fit into a larger system or business context? What are constraints? Information objectives: What customer-visible data objects are produced as output? What data objects are required for input? Function: What functions does the s/w perform to transform input data into output? Performance: Are there any special performance characteristics to be addressed? Problem decomposition • It is also called partitioning or problem elaboration which sits at the core of software requirements analysis • Problem decomposition is applied in two major areas
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