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This paper discusses the notion of a <i>business model</i> in the context of a software company, reviewing some common definitions for the term and then characterizing businesses according to different types of business models. We will conclude in discussing how different business models affect software engineering decisions and the software product itself.
The literature lists many benefits of requirements traceability and standards suggest that it should be practiced. However, available literature concentrates on industries developing complex and large systems with several thousands of requirements. Thus, the companies developing systems with only approximately a hundred requirements face the challenge to… (More)
A segmented container called the V-box was designed to train adult subjects who fail a Piagetian type measure of the horizontality concept. The first segment appears round when viewed from straight an and virtually all adults were able to predict correctly howthe water line would appear when this segment was half filled with water. Partitions can be removed… (More)