NSE Project Management Paradigm: Seamlessly Combined with the Project Development Process

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Abstract

This chapter introduces the NSE project management paradigm with which the software development process and project management process are combined together seamlessly, so that the documents for project management are traceable with the implementation of the requirements and the source code to help the project management team and the project development teams find possible problems quickly and solve the problems in time.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.OaklandUSA

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