Abstract: Increasing trends of cheap and quality software development have raised a great interest in offshore software development. Sub continental software houses are much cheaper than the European or American market. Due to cultural social and linguistic differences the requirement gathering has become difficult for offshore software developers. In this study the requirement gathering issues for offshore software houses are investigated and then the standard requirement engineering models are compared with each other according to different metrics and a comprehensive survey among the sub continental software engineers is carried out to suggest a proper requirement engineering model according to the nature of the project.
Choose a 5 or more processes example arriving at different times and dry run following
- First Come First Serve
- Shortest Job First (Preemptive)
- Shortest Job First (Non Preemptive)
- Shortest Remaining Time First (Preemptive)
- Shortest Remaining Time First (Non Preemptive)
Choose another example suitable for Round Robin for min 5 processes and dry run
Its take home open discussion assignment. max group of 3 can attempt and submit single hand written/computer written copy
Submission: Drop in my office before Monday 3rd March 2014 at 4:30 PM.