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vision and scope document 

I am currently working on an academic ecommerce project and applying it to the vision and scope document. I was wondering , how do we apply the waterfalll methodology and the spiral methodology in this document?

my understanding is 3.1 Scope of Initial Release determines. the Following that table is based on Spiral methodology

 

Feature

Release 1

Release 2

FE-1

Some calibration performed

Fully implemented

FE-2

Fully implemented

 

FE-3

Data will be stored

Add database views

FE-4

All instrumentation except for camera

Fully implemented

FE-5

Some calibration performed

Fully implemented

FE-6

Data will be stored

Add database views

FE-7

Partial interface implemented

Fully implemented

 
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