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  Mixing Methodologies
In this study, the authors used a method of qualitative inquiry which was somewhat of a hybrid of several accepted methodologies: literary criticism, critical theory, and narrative analysis.
Their journey into the world of the doctor-patient encounter attempted to contextualize the conversations around what was happening in the lives of the two patients they used as case examples.
Tripp-Reimer (1985) used this methodology to study the Greek immigrant population of the Columbus, Ohio metropolitan area between 1976 and 1977.
www.nova.edu /ssss/QR/QR2-3/nau.html   (2100 words)

  
  Methodology (software engineering) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In software engineering and project management, a methodology is a codified set of practices (sometimes accompanied by training materials, formal educational programs, worksheets, and diagramming tools) that may be repeatably carried out to produce software.
Many methodologies clearly enumerate the state of the art, but add nothing that is not widely known.
Methodologies in and of themselves are meaningless without clear expectations.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Methodology_(software_engineering)   (994 words)

  
 Methodology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Methodology is defined as (1) "a body of methods, rules, and postulates employed by a discipline", (2) "a particular procedure or set of procedures", or (3) "the analysis of the principles or procedures of inquiry in a particular field"
Methodology refers to more than a simple set of methods; rather it refers to the rationale and the philosophical assumptions that underlie a particular study.
In software engineering and project management, 'methodology' is often used to refer to a codified set of recommended practices, sometimes accompanied by training materials, formal educational programs, worksheets, and diagramming tools.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Methodology   (559 words)

  
 The New Methodology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
For many people the appeal of these agile methodologies is their reaction to the bureaucracy of the engineering methodologies.
People who work on methodology are not very good at identifying boundary conditions: the places where the methodology passes from appropriate in inappropriate.
Most methodologists want their methodologies to be usable by everyone, so they don't understand nor publicize their boundary conditions.
www.martinfowler.com /articles/newMethodology.html   (8929 words)

  
 System Development Life Cycle - Research Paper
Each methodology is as light as possible and is tuned to the current project using techniques developed by Cockburn.
Traditional SDLC methodologies are often regarded as the proper and disciplined approach to the analysis and design of software applications (Rothi and Yen, 1989).
Lightweight methodologies are most appropriate when there are uncertain and volatile requirements, responsible and motivated developers, and customers who wish to become involved.
codecourse.sourceforge.net /materials/System-Development-Life-Cycle.html   (5206 words)

  
 Use of System Development Methodologies
Over eighty­five percent of the organizations report that their methodology is adapted on a project by project basis, and over half do not believe that it was important to use the methodology on all projects.
Methodologies may be purchased and adapted because it is cheaper than developing a new methodology in­house, and methodologies must be continually refined to meet changing needs (Van De Velde, 1992).
However, later in the study it becomes clear that although these organizations are able to use the methodologies and their related tools to perform the types of activities they see as important (such as using structured techniques), they may not be using the entire methodology to do this.
userpages.umbc.edu /~khoo/sdm.html   (3534 words)

  
 CMD Methodologies
Often organizations buy large methodologies from vendors with the expectation that since these are “industry best practices” they will be accepted by their organization.
Methodologies, policies and procedures are tested through a few initial projects before a full roll-out.
This methodology the need of organizations that have already set up a project management environment and are now looking at adding methods and a process management environment.
www.cmdcorp.com /xmethods.htm   (1767 words)

  
 J2EE Software Development Methodologies > Software Development Methodologies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
A methodology, as illustrated in Figure 2.2, encapsulates an SDLC, and describes a general philosophy for developing the software solution, as well as what is expected from each of its phases in terms of inputs, outputs, and the respective coordination of any activities.
Methodologies are not technology-bound, and in essence, they cannot afford to be.
However, if you take a closer look at the methodologies at a very high level, there are certain core activities or phases that span them all; the only disparity is that they are fine-tuned or enhanced in their exact implementation and how they are practiced.
www.informit.com /articles/article.asp?p=102017&seqNum=5   (3065 words)

  
 Methodologies in IT: Comprehension, Selection, and Implementation > What Is a Methodology?
Methodologies have been among the most discussed and least implemented of all approaches to improving software quality and productivity in the global IT industry.
Methodologies can be combined with any type of technology: standard application-development tools; databases; languages such as C, C++, or even COBOL; web services, Java, J2EE; autonomic software, grids, and utility computing.
Methodologies frequently have a deliverable in the form of a business case that defines the economics, benefits, costs, resources needed, and so on, ensuring that the project is oriented toward the company's business needs.
www.phptr.com /articles/article.asp?p=370635&rl=1   (1056 words)

  
 RFA-GM-01-006: CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE IN CHEMICAL METHODOLOGIES AND LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT
While the development of novel methodologies is a major goal of academic chemists, the academic chemistry community has not generally embraced the development of methods that are specifically applicable to diversity-oriented synthesis.
Leaders in the pharmaceutical industry (where diversity oriented synthesis is used extensively) view the limitations of current methodology as a problem of considerable urgency and see this as a significant impediment to the identification of drug candidates in new classes and with new mechanisms of action.
Fundamental methodologies A minimum of three faculty-level (or the equivalent) participants (which may include the PI), each proposing one or more projects that are focused on chemistry methodology, are required for each CMLD Center.
grants.nih.gov /grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-GM-01-006.html   (5437 words)

  
 Testing Methodologies (patterns & practices)
Although each methodology is designed for a specific purpose and has its own advantages and disadvantages, most methodologies divide the life cycle into phases and share tasks across these phases.
Although the iterative methodologies tend to remove the disadvantage of sequential models, they still are based on the traditional waterfall approach.
Agile methodology is a collection of values, principles, and practices that incorporates iterative development, test, and feedback into a new style of development.
msdn.microsoft.com /library/en-us/dnpag2/html/MTF_ch02.asp?frame=true   (4745 words)

  
 STSC CrossTalk - Agile Methodologies and Process Discipline - Oct 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The compatibility of agile methodologies with plan-driven methodologies as described by the CMM is summarized and critiqued.
Modifications to the agile methodologies needed for those environments may be great enough that the synergistic effects of the set of practices in an agile methodology are lost.
Even though agile methodologies may be compatible in principle with the discipline of models such as the CMM, the implementation of those methodologies must be aligned with the spirit of the agile philosophy and with the needs and interests of the customer and other stakeholders.
www.stsc.hill.af.mil /crosstalk/2002/10/paulk.html   (3059 words)

  
 Risk Analysis Methodologies
The result from this methodology provides a basis for determining which categories of hazard should be looked into more closely and which analysis methods are most suitable.
An improved FMEA methodology which uses a single matrix to model the entire system and a set of indices derived from probabilistic combination to reflect the importance of an event relating to the indenture under consideration and to the entire system is presented in [29, 30].
Qualitative methodologies though lacking the ability to account the dependencies between events, are effective in identifying potential hazards and failures within the system.
home1.pacific.net.sg /~thk/risk.html   (3058 words)

  
 EUROPA - Environment - Sustainable Cities/Urban Environment - Useful contacts
A set of 10 environmental sustainability indicators have been developed in conjunction with stakeholders and methodologies for collecting the data for each indicator have also been produced in different European languages.
Methodology sheets for the 10 Indicators and survey questionnaire
The European Common Indicators are a ready to use, self-contained set of indicators that will help a local authority interested in the quality of its urban environment to begin to monitor progress.
europa.eu.int /comm/environment/urban/common_indicators.htm   (276 words)

  
 Messages on 'Re: How Many Project Management Methodologies are there??'
Of course the intend for the usage of this metaphor was to try to highlight the difference between a methodology, a technique and a tool because people tend to be confused about that when they discuss methodology.
A good methodology is also a complete "recipe" that stands together and I agree that taking only pieces here and there might result in a incomplete and unefficient usage or implementation of the methodology.
Here, methodology is seen as a "recipe", telling us ingredient to use, the sequence and steps to conduct to improve the probability of success.
www.gantthead.com /discussions/discussionsTopicContainer.cfm?ID=3145   (1076 words)

  
 A Practical Guide to Seven Agile Methodologies, Part 1
You know that Agile methodology is the right thing to do, but trying to parse all the different methodologies is a major research endeavor.
Iterations are typically a fixed length (although this length varies between the methodologies) and thus are referred to as time-boxed.
Methodologies that have many artifacts (or work products) and steps along the way are referred to as higher ceremony.
www.devx.com /architect/Article/32761   (757 words)

  
 RFA-GM-03-004: CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE IN CHEMICAL METHODOLOGIES AND LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT
The goal of this program is to stimulate the establishment of multi- investigator research centers whose mission will be to develop efficient, general, state-of-the-art methodologies for the design, synthesis, analysis, and handling of chemical diversity libraries.
Leaders in the pharmaceutical industry (where diversity-oriented synthesis is used extensively) view the limitations of current methodology as a problem of considerable urgency and a significant impediment to the identification of drug candidates in new classes and with new mechanisms of action.
There was agreement that improvements in chemical methodology for the development of chemical diversity libraries are necessary for this approach to realize its full potential to benefit biomedical science and human health.
grants.nih.gov /grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-GM-03-004.html   (5000 words)

  
 Project Management Methodologies
Create your methodology based on a standard framework (ITtoolbox Project Management)- This article, the first of a series of three, gives some tips on designing and implementing a methodology based on a standard framework such as ITIL or PMBoK.
Create your methodology based on a standard framework (Part 2) (ITtoolbox Project Management)- This article, the second of a series of three, gives some tips on adapting and documenting a methodology based on a standard framework such as ITIL or PMBoK.
The methodology must be adaptable to meet the changing needs of the business, and it must add value to the projects that use it.
projectmanagement.ittoolbox.com /topics/t.asp?t=326&p=326&h1=326   (1101 words)

  
 CDM: Methodologies for CDM project activities
Methodology for greenhouse gas reductions through waste heat recovery and utilization for power generation at cement plants
Baseline and monitoring methodologies approved by the Executive Board that are not yet formatted nor assiged an approved methodology reference number may befound on approved methodologies' section of the Methodology Process Table.
Baseline and monitoring methodologies under consideration by the Executive Board may be found on the Methodologies Process Table.
cdm.unfccc.int /methodologies/PAmethodologies/approved.html   (1259 words)

  
 QA Methodologies - QA Forums
QA should, in my opinion, be a part of the larger development methodology, not separate from it.
Methodology is a very broad topic, and one often littered with confusion based on terminology, context, and varying experiences that point to different use and implementation of process and methodology.
You want QA Methodologies in terms of Software or in general.Since implementing QA methodologies differ in all respects in terms of their environment.
www.qaforums.com /Forum39/HTML/000073.html   (766 words)

  
 DOE SQ&SE - Publications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
This template is used to document the conversion plan that clearly defines the system or project's conversion procedures; outlines the installation of new and converted files/databases; coordinates the development of file-conversion programming, and plans the implementation of conversion procedures.
This template is used for documenting the methodology and outcome of a feasibility study.
This template is used to document the evidence of traceability for requirements to ensure testing and implementation of all included requirements and acknowledgment and reason and disposition of excluded requirements.
cio.doe.gov /ITReform/sqse/publications.htm   (2896 words)

  
 NACMCF Subcommittee: Analytical Utility of Campylobacter Methodologies
Compare the methodologies used in the two studies with recent methodological advances for their ability to provide data on the presence and quantity of Campylobacter for application in risk assessment and the establishment of baselines.
The Agency seeks advice on the proposed Campylobacter methodology, as well as any other relevant methodology that may be of equal or greater value and should be considered, for the upcoming baseline study.
Current methodologies use selective agents and incubation conditions which may reduce their detection.
www.fsis.usda.gov /About_FSIS/NACMCF_Subcommittee_Campylobacter/index.asp   (1063 words)

  
 Crystal methodologies main foyer - AC
The workings of the project are sensitive to people issues, and improve as the people issues improve, individuals get better, and their teamwork gets better.
This site is a resource for people wanting to understand those ideas, to find more about improving skills and teaming, and to identify some project policies to use as a starting point.
The museum is organized into four main wings: about methodologies and crystal (this wing is called Philosophy), about Teams working together, about Individuals fulfilling their roles, improving their techniques, etc., and the Discussion area (which uses Ward Cunningham's wikiwiki web technology).
alistair.cockburn.us /crystal/crystal.html   (509 words)

  
 AIS: CASE Modeling Methodology
Nonetheless it is a workable, easily learned methodology which has been taken up, either by choice or for government contracts, by many modelers.
Object Role Modeling (ORM) or NIAM schools represent that their methodologies accomplish precisely that, in addition to enabling the capture of a much larger range of structural features and constraints than in ER based methods.
Notice that in the upper half the techniques funnel downward toward coalescence and conceptual clarity (or into the fl hole of bloated, aborted projects); in the lower half the process fans rapidly out as automated algorithms replicate abstract patterns to implement details (e.g., a simple foreign key reference propagates a lengthy SQL trigger).
www.aisintl.com /case/method.html   (1184 words)

  
 Comparison of Software Development Methodologies - January 1995   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
No attempt has been made to cover methodologies that are most applicable to smaller projects that can be accomplished by five or fewer software engineers.
A methodology is composed of one of the software development models used in conjunction with one or more techniques, i.e., methodology = model + technique(s).
Because DoD personnel are to comply with government software standards in their use of methodologies, background on those standards is pertinent to this discussion of methodologies.
www.stsc.hill.af.mil /crosstalk/1995/01/Comparis.asp   (3654 words)

  
 SAGE Publications - Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Cultural Studies<->Critical Methodologies is an interdisciplinary quarterly publication drawing from those scholarly traditions in the social sciences and the humanities which are premised on a critical, performance-based cultural studies agenda.
Preference is given to experimental, risk-taking manuscripts which are at the intersection of interpretive theory, critical methodology, culture, media, history, biography and social structure.
Cultural Studies<->Critical Methodologies understands that the discourses of a critical cultural studies methodology are basic to any effort to re-engage the promise of the social sciences and the humanities for democracy in the 21st Century.
www.sagepub.com /journal.aspx?pid=255   (277 words)

  
 Methodologies Programming Computers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
FlexX, a unique environment is created for exploring possible methodologies for solving...
Coupled with innovative methodologies, Gaspardo and Associates provides superior time and...
- Methodology and set of open-source patterns and strategies that allows teams of software developers to retain simplicity through the effective modularization of their code-bases.
www.iaswww.com /ODP/Computers/Programming/Methodologies   (491 words)

  
 ESRI Business Information Solutions - Data - Community Tapestry Methodology
These techniques complement and strengthen the traditional methodology used in working with large amounts of geodemographic data to produce a vigorous and compelling segmentation of U.S. neighborhoods.
The traditional methodology of segment analysis has a long track record in developing segmentation systems.
These groups provide broad overviews of the segments and are ideal for projects that require a less granular approach than reviewing all 65 market segments.
www.esribis.com /data/tapestrymethodology.html   (377 words)

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