3 Part 3: V-Modell Reference Tailoring

3.11 List of Figures

Figure 1: Legend for Pictorial Diagrams of Process Modules

Figure 2: Legend for Pictorial Diagrams of Project Execution Strategies

Figure 3: Tailoring Facilities

Figure 4: Tailoring Facilities (continued)

Figure 5: Relations between the »Process Module for the Project Type »System Development Project (Acquirer)

Figure 6: Decision Gates of the Project Execution Strategies Available for Projects of the Type System Development Project (Acquirer)

Figure 7: Relations between the »Process Module for the Project Type »System Development Project (Supplier)

Figure 8: Decision Gates of the Available Project Execution Strategies for System Development Projects of a Supplier

Figure 9: Relations between the »Process Module for the Project Type »System Development Project (Acquirer/Supplier)

Figure 10: Decision Gates of the Project Execution Strategies Available for Projects of the Type System Development Project (Acquirer/Supplier)

Figure 11: Relations between the »Process Module for the Project Type Development of an Organization-Specific Process Model

Figure 12: Decision Gates of the Available Project Execution Strategies for Projects of the Type Development of an Organization-Specific Process Modell

Figure 13: Project type variant Project (Acquirer) with One Supplier

Figure 14: Project type variant Project (Acquirer) with Several Suppliers

Figure 15: Project type variant Project (Acquirer) Including Development, Enhancement or Migration

Figure 16: Project type variant Project (Acquirer) Including System Maintenance

Figure 17: Project type variant Project (Acquirer/Supplier) Including Development, Enhancement or Migration

Figure 18: Project type variant Project (Acquirer/Supplier) Including System Maintenance

Figure 19: Project type variant Introduction and Maintenance of an Organization-Specific Process Model

Figure 20: Process module Project Management

Figure 21: Process module Quality Assurance

Figure 22: Process module Configuration Management

Figure 23: Process module Problem and Change Management

Figure 24: Process module Delivery and Acceptance (Acquirer)

Figure 25: Process module Drafting and Conclusion of Contract (Acquirer)

Figure 26: Process module Specification of Requirements

Figure 27: Process module Evaluation of Off-the-Shelf Products

Figure 28: Process module Safety and Security (Supplier)

Figure 29: Process module Life Cycle Cost Management

Figure 30: Process module Measurement and Analysis

Figure 31: Process module Delivery and Acceptance (Supplier)

Figure 32: Process module Drafting and Conclusion of Contract (Supplier)

Figure 33: Process module System Development

Figure 34: Process module Hardware Development

Figure 35: Process module Software Development

Figure 36: Process module Integrated Logistic Support

Figure 37: Process module Usability and Ergonomics

Figure 38: Process module Enhancement and Migration of Legacy Systems

Figure 39: Process module Introduction and Maintenance of an Organization-Specific Process Model

Figure 40: Process module Management of Multiple Projects