Use-case-oriented requirements/testing

5. Necessary technology insertion

Cost, schedule

Architecture-first approach Component-based development

6. Requirements creep

Cost, schedule

Iterative development Use case modeling Demonstration-based review

7. Analysis paralysis


Demonstration-based review Use-case-oriented requirements/testing

8. Inadequate performance


Demonstration-based performance assessment Early architecture performance feedback

9. Overemphasis on artifacts


Demonstration-based assessment Objective quality control

10. Inadequate function


Iterative development

Early prototypes, incremental releases

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