Category: CMMI

Expected CMMI

Expected CMMI:CMMI components that explain what may be done to satisfy a required CMMI component. Model users can implement the expected components explicitly or implement equivalent alternative practices to these components. Specific and generic practices are expected model components. Componentes CMMI esperados Componentes: CMMI que explican qué se puede hacer para satisfacer un componente CMMI requerido. Los usuarios del…
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Functional Analysis

Functional Analysis: Examination of a defined function to identify all the sub functions necessary to the accomplishment of that function; identification of functional relationships and interfaces (internal and external) and capturing these in a functional architecture; and flow down of upper level performance requirements and assignment of these requirements to lower level sub functions. Análisis Funcional Examen…
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Goal A “GOAL” is a required CMMI component that can be either a generic goal or a specific goal. When you see the word “goal” in a CMMI model, it always refers to model components (for example, generic goal, specific goal). Objetivo Un «OBJETIVO» es un componente CMMI requerido que puede ser un objetivo genérico o un…
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Informative CMMI

Informative CMMI componentsCMMI components that help model users understand the required and expected components of a model. These components may contain examples, detailed explanations, or other helpful information. Sub practices, notes, references, goal titles, practice titles, sources, typical work products, discipline amplifications, and generic practice elaborations are informative model components. Componentes de CMMI informativos Componentes de CMMI que…
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Integrated Team

Integrated Team A group of people with complementary skills and expertise who are committed to delivering specified work products in timely collaboration. Integrated team members provide skills and advocacy appropriate to all phases of the work products. life and are collectively responsible for delivering the work products as specified. An integrated team should include empowered…
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Lead Appraiser

Lead Appraiser As used in the CMMI Product Suite, a person who has achieved recognition from an authorizing body to perform as an appraisal team leader for a particular appraisal method. Líder Evaluador Tal como se utiliza en el conjunto de productos CMMI, una persona que ha logrado el reconocimiento de un organismo de autorización para desempeñarse…
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Manager A project manager is the person responsible for planning, directing, controlling, structuring, and motivating the project. He or she may provide both technical and administrative direction and control to those performing project tasks or activities within his or her area of responsibility. The project manager is ultimately responsible to the customer. Gerente Un gerente de proyecto…
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Natural Bounds

Natural Bounds The inherent process reflected by measures of process performance, sometimes referred to as “voice of the process.” Techniques such as control charts, confidence intervals, and prediction intervals are used to determine whether the variation is due to common causes (i.e., the process is predictable or “stable”) or is due to some special cause that…
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Objective Evidence

Objective Evidence As used in CMMI appraisal materials, qualitative or quantitative information, records, or statements of fact pertaining to the characteristics of an item or service or to the existence and implementation of a process element, which are based on observation, measurement, or test and which are verifiable. Evidencia Objetiva Tal como se utiliza en los materiales…
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Observation As used in CMMI appraisal materials, a written record that represents the appraisal team members. understanding of information either seen or heard during the appraisal data collection activities. The written record may take the form of a statement or may take alternative forms as long as the information content is preserved.

Process Area

Process Area A Process area is a cluster of related practices in an area that, when performed collectively, satisfy a set of goals considered important for making significant improvement in that area. All CMMI process areas are common to both continuous and staged representations. In the staged representation, process areas are organized by maturity levels.

Product Component

Product component Product components are generally lower-level components of the product and are integrated to “build” the product. Product components may be a part of the product delivered to the customer or serve in the manufacture or use of the product. For example, for those companies that manufacture mobile phone batteries, the mobile phone battery…
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Prototype A preliminary type, form, or instance of a product or product component that serves as a model for later stages or for the final, complete version of the product. Prototipo Un tipo, forma o instancia preliminar de un producto o componente del producto que sirve como modelo para etapas posteriores o para la versión final completa…
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