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Mantenimiento en el ciclo de vida del Software

Module by: Miguel-Angel Sicilia. E-mail the authorEdited By: Verónica De la Morena

Summary: Actividades principales en el ciclo de vida del Software.

La guía SWEBOK1 considera el siguiente esquema de actividades para los cambios del software.

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Figura 1. Esquema de las actividades del Ciclo de Vida del Software

El ciclo de vida del Software sigue el esquema de la figura anterior: en primer lugar los requisitos hay que clasificarlos e identificarlos para posteriormente analizar y poder diseñarlos. Una vez hecho estos pasos, ya se puede implementar y a continuación realizar las pruebas oportunas. Una vez realizada las pruebas y estas son válidas, se entrega el software. Si se desea realizar una modificación, este “requisito” debe de realizar el ciclo completo (clasificación, identificación, análisis,…. ).

Lo fundamental del esquema de actividades es que un cambio en el software sigue un “micro-ciclo” completo de ingeniería, al que debe preceder una actividad específica de clasificación, identificación y toma de decisiones respecto a los cambios que por diversos motivos deben hacerse en el software.

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