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earliest start dates 154. 156-157 earned value monitoring 182 earned value analysis 180-185

and BS 6079 287. 288 effectiveness, see efficiency efficiency 16.238 in ISO 9126 241

sub-characteristics of 242 effort estimation complexity assessment 85 difficulties w ith 79-80 ev aluat ion of tenders 82 measurement of work 84 need for historical data 84 over and underestimates 82 political implications 81 procedural code approach 96-97 subjective nature of 81 liming of 81-82 egoless programming 231 elapsed time 31.32

End Stage Assessments in PRINCE 2 173 entry requirements 246 equipment as a resource 153 escalation 278

of commitment 225 escrow 205 estimates 28 bottom-up 32 in small projects 266 recording accuracy of 135 top-down 32 Euclidean distance 88 Euromethod 197. 206. 282. 289-301 and pmcess models 76-77 distinction between uncertainty and complexity 61 Euromethod views of information systems business information 301 business processes 301 computer system architecture 301 computer system data 301 computer system functions 301 work practice 301 European Union 197.205 EVA. see earned value analysis evaluation of proposals 202 evolutionary delivery and ISO 12207 310 evolutionary development 299 Exception Plan in PRINCE 2 273 Exception Report in PRINCE 2 273. 278 Executive role in PRINCE 2 272 exit requirements 34. 247 expectancy theory of motivation 219 expert judgement in effort estimation 87-88 expert systems, see systems.

know ledge-based extendibilily mcasua*mcnt 245

Hcr/berg I wo-factor theory on j»>b satisfaction 219 Her/herj!. F. job satisfaction 219 j»>b enlargement and enrichment 221 Highlight Report in PRINCE 2 277-278 Hughes. R. T. on expert judgement 88 Humphrey. Watts »»n Capability Maturity

Model 251

hygiene factors 219

IBM II4.223.2S3

ideal activity plan, modification of 151

IEEE, see Institute of Flcctrical and

Electronics Engineer* IEEE 12207. see ISO 12207 IFPUG. see International Function Point

User (¡roup implementation requirements 247 incremental delivery 62. 73-76 advantages of 73-74 and ISO 12207 310 disadvantages of 74 open technology plan 75-76 plan 293

planning of increments 75 incremental development 299 increments 263 induction of new stalT 217 information operational 16-17 strategic 16-17 tactical 16-17 Information Fnginccring 14.62 Information Systems Examination

Board 324-325 initial and linal states in Fummcthod 290 inspections 217.253 installation approach in Fununethod 298,

Institute of Electrical and Ekctronics

Fngineers 304 insurance to cover supplier's liability 206 intermediate products, errors in 246 internal rate of return 47-49

International l-'unction Point User

(¡roup 90 interoperability 239 interviews 216 invitation to tender 197. 201 IRR. see internal rate of return ISFB. see Information Systems Examination Board

ISO 12207 201. 205.207-206. 303-313 and process models 76-77 tailoring of standard 306 ISO 9(X)I. see BS EN ISO 9001:1994 ISO 9001:1994. see BS FN ISO 9001:1994 ISO 9126 200.241-245

Jackson structured programming 59 JAD. see joint application development Jensen. M. A., see Tuck man. B.W. and Jensen. M. A.

job design 221 enrichment 221 holder profiles 216 specifications 216 joint application development 64. 298 joint review * and ISO 12207 311 JSP. see Jackson structured programming

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