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1.1 You are in charge of automating a large bakery. The cost

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1.1 You are in charge of automating a large bakery. The cost of developing the software has been estimated to be $425,000. Approximately how much additional money will be needed for post-delivery maintenance of the software?
1.6 Seven months after delivery, a fault is detected in the software of a product that analyzes DNA using the Stein–Röntgen reagent. The cost of fixing the fault is $16,700. The cause of the fault is an ambiguous sentence in the specification document. Approximately how much would it have cost to have corrected the fault during the analysis phase?
1.7 Suppose that the fault in Problem 1.6 had been detected during the implementation phase. Approximately how much would it have cost to have fixed it then?
1.8 You are the president of an organization that builds large-scale software. You show Figure 1.5 to your employees, urging them to fi nd faults early in the software life cycle. Someone responds that it is unreasonable to expect anyone to remove faults before they have entered the product. For example, how can anyone remove a fault while the design is being produced if the fault in question is a coding fault? What do you reply?
1.13 It is your first day at your first job. Your manager hands you a program listing and says, “See if you can fi nd the bug.” What do you reply?
1.17 (Term Project) suppose that the product for Osric’s Office Appliances and Decor of Appendix A has been implemented exactly as described. Now Osric wants the product to be modified so that the priority of a customer in the queue can be manually changed. In what ways will the existing product have to be changed? Would it be better to discard everything and start again from scratch?
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