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Customer Enterprise Process Model
Enterprise Process Model illustrates the customer business process
to be fully or partially automated. The process model provides context to
the development team, and serves as the primary reference for customer
management when defining the software
system black box. If an Enterprise Process Model does not exist,
the customer should be strongly encouraged to work with the software
development team to create one as the first step in scoping the software
to be acquired.
Software System Black Box
A software system black box represents Enterprise Process Model
automation software, the acquisition of which will be managed separately.
for the project depends heavily on how many software system black boxes
are defined to automate the Enterprise Process Model, and precisely where
their boundaries are drawn. Where to draw the boundaries of the software
system black box(es) within the Enterprise Process Model is a decision for
customer management, and will usually be based on factors such as how many
software development contractors are to be employed, how the total effort
is to be funded and controlled, and how risks are to be mitigated.
The reuse library is a physical or logical repository for software
code modules that have utility beyond a single application program.
Reusable software modules can greatly reduce the time and effort required
to build future software systems. A Freedom reuse library contains
both reusable design components and reusable requirements components.
Reusable Design Components
A reusable design component is a code module that encapsulates design
information such as data structures, algorithms, and hardware-software
interfaces. Reusable design components are most relevant to the
Object Design process.
Reusable Requirements Components
A reusable requirements component is a code module that encapsulates
all required behavior specified by a single
Reusable requirements components are most relevant to the
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