25. Briefly explain the difference between product design and system design.
25. There are a few differences between system design and product design. System design deals with the arrangement of components to produce a desired result. For example, automotive braking systems are a result of system design efforts. Whereas product design deals with the development of manufactured products and architecture deals with constructed structures. Both of these things have one goal; to develop a product or structure that meets the customer’s needs. System design can be used in all technological areas. Some of these include construction technology, electrical, heating and cooling, plumbing, and communication systems. In product design, products and structures must be designed so that they can be produced economically and efficiently.
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Technology~bobpursley - jace, Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 6:51pm
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Technology~bobpursley - y912f, Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 6:54pm
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Technology~bobpursley - jace, Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 7:06pm
i think this would help u....The Software development process is composed of many activities, notably the following.
* Conception: Establishing a case model for the development of the software. * Requirements Analysis: Extracting the requirements of a desired software product is the first task in creating it. While customers probably believe they know what the software is to do, it is important to recognize incomplete, ambiguous or contradictory requirements. * Specification: Specification is the task of precisely describing the software to be written. What functions it should have, the user interface, and any other requirements. * Software architecture: The architecture of a software system refers to an abstract representation of that system. Architecture involves making sure the software system will meet the requirements of the product, as well as ensuring that future requirements can be addressed. The architecture step also addresses interfaces between the software system and other software products, as well as the underlying hardware and the operating system platform. * Implementation: Converting a design to functional code. * Testing: Testing all aspects of the software's functionality. * Documentation: An important task is documenting the internal design of software for the purpose of future maintenance and enhancement. * Software Training and Support: Users will have lots of questions and software problems which leads to the next phase of software. * Maintenance: Maintaining and enhancing software to cope with newly discovered problems or new requirements.
Technology~bobpursley - y912f, Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 7:21pm
Thank you so much for helping me! :)
Technology~bobpursley - jace, Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 7:22pm