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New Post 10/26/2010 1:43 PM
User is offline omoeko
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Functional component model 

Hi all,

i'm new to this forum and i really need any advice you can throw my way. i have been asked to produce a functional component model for my project. Can anybody explain what this is and give examples if possible. can i also add that i have at hand the high level business requirements and use cases...are these all i need?

 

thanks

 

 
New Post 10/26/2010 2:36 PM
User is offline Nathan Caswell
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Re: Functional component model 

Google can occasionally be a helpful tool: I tried "business analysis functional component" and found all sorts of content with more information, background, and pointers than you are likely to get by asking someone to spoon feed it here. You might learn something useful beyond the immediate need at the same time.

For example:

http://www.smart-ba.com/articles/fundamentals_of_business_analysis.pdf

 
New Post 10/31/2010 7:27 AM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: Functional component model 

 In addition to generally researching the keywords also consider this;

  • What is the context of the problem-solution you have been asked to describe
  • How would you best break the proposed solution into parts?
  • To what degree are you expected to design a solution?  Who else is involved and are you talking to them?
  • Who asked you t do this work and why?
  • Have you discussed time frames, stakeholders to the work or templates that you are expected to use?
  • Can your boss offer you an example of previous work of a similar nature that they consider good quality?
  • What does a completed product (ie your doc) look like? How will it be measured and assessed?
 
New Post 11/1/2010 4:23 PM
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Re: Functional component model 

thanks so much. All tips have been helpful.

 

Omoeko

 
New Post 12/21/2010 3:46 AM
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Re: Functional component modelFunctional component model has become an admired technique in applied  

Functional component model has become an admired technique in applied statistics. In particular, this tactic has received great attention in recent studies in empirical finance. In this talk we discuss chosen topics of functional principal components analysis that are motivated by financial data.

 
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