• A project plan, showing phases and iterations. • A business model, if necessary. One or several prototypes . LLD (Low level design document) :a sketch of the GUI is created.  So, defining the goals, requirements and scope for the project and specifying all the involved stakeholders and group them if needed is made by collecting important data from target users by asking them questionnaire .After that, an analysis of their answers is made to extract important information from those questionnaire which is an essential step to start the next phase.
2.4. The project management life cycle Before progressing to the methodologies used in project management an analysis on PMLC (chapter 2.3) is necessary. A PMLC usually consists of five processes: Scoping, Planning, Launching, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing (Wysocki, 2013). During the scoping process these actions are taken: A project manager is recruited who extract the true needs of the client and negotiates with him how these needs will be met. The description of the project is created which then must be approved by the senior management.
The firm dimensions (Flexibility / Fault-freeness / Framework of time) can be easily measured and try to summarize the influences that can be observed and easily classified by the service company. For instance, these dimensions give an answer to the availability of the service, the correctness of information and the ability of the service firm to adopt new service
It was practiced before the announcement of the Agile Manifesto. Later it was included into agile methodology since it has the same underlying concept and rules of agile development. Scrum has been used with the objective of simplifying the control of a project through simple processes, easy to update documentation and higher teams iteration over exhaustive documentation (Malik Hneif 2009). Scrum shares the basic concepts and practices with other agile methodologies, but it comprises project management as part of its practices. These practices guide the development team in finding out the tasks at ev iteration.
Project Methodology DEFINITION The term project methodology means a model which is used by project managers for designing, planning, and implementing a project. It can be defined as: “A methodology is a system of practices, techniques, procedures and rules used by those who work in a discipline. Lean practices, Kanban and Six Sigma are examples of methodologies.”  By this definition we can understand that methodology provides you a guideline of how you can manage your project. Methodology uses divide and conquer rule, which means that the bigger project is divided into smaller and easy to manage phases. Each phase follows a logical sequence and output of one phase is input of other phase.
This will help me to narrow to some few controllers with better results that be used in a real time application. • Simulation – Simulate the nonlinear system and the controller. This is useful in checking if my designed controller can work in a real time application. • Gathering of resources - This section entails identification of components needed and determination of their equivalents or alternatives. • Pre-implementation – This entails testing of the various functional parts before assembling them
This chapter also gives implementation plan and Testing Strategy of above security problems by suggesting an architectural solution. Here the implementation of proposed system is done. The implementation is working on which platform, what kind of theme and approach is followed is referred in this section. Chapter-5 Result Analysis: Developing a solution is an approach proving mechanism but to prove its results is a complicated task because it measures each and every step of the solution and let it compare with the existing mechanisms. Either the proposed system, which we have implemented, is working properly or not will be discussed in this section.
Another framework is established and evaluated which focus on dependent and feedback relation. It used systematic approach to identify or rank the factors. Therefore identified factors are ranked according to their weights. A Fuzzy set theory is comprises with triangular fuzzy number (TFN), and Analytical Network problem (ANP) which are addressing the imprecision of vagueness of data .From this work different project managers which are in distributed locations can assess the results according to weightage factors and based on these results they can easily selects potential projects with low
The design is based around this essential requirement. The model used for development of the player is the Waterfall Model. The waterfall model is a sequential design process, used in software development processes, in which progress is seen as flowing steadily downwards (like a waterfall) through the phases of conception, initiation, analysis, design, construction, testing, production/implementation and maintenance. At the beginning of the development of the project, the customer might not be clear about all the features required by him to implement in the project and also because of the gap in understanding the requirements of the customer by the development team. Fig.
It relies on the SDA autonomy to make decisions on how to analyze, design and implement software applications. The approach initially implements only an agent (role as a developer; SDA) who starts dealing with the development of system by reading the requirements specification given as a physical configuration of the Software under Development (SuD). System operations or missions are also specified. The SDA is able to capture this information and queries its own internal knowledge by means of a reasoner in order to make decisions to design the software that realizes the system logic. The system logic is built of interconnected blocks that can exchange information by receiving data from and sending data to other blocks.