ASE2 CARD CATALOG ENTRY
The Software-First Life Cycle (SFLC) is a dramatically different approach to systems development using rapid prototyping, software reuse, concurrent engineering, and other new technologies. By combining these into a well-defined, integrated, and highly concurrent process, the SFLC offers the potential for considerable improvements in software productivity, quality, and reusability.
This document formally defines each phase of the Software-First Life Cycle using the ETVX (Entry Criteria, Task, Validation, and Exit Criteria) model, and describes the input, output, and intermediate work products.
15 January 1990 IBM Initial release to ASSET 20 December 1993 ASSET Initial release to the PAL
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