A Study on Progress Control of Software Project Management
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Ziwei Wu, Rui Wang, He Wang
In general, the operability of traditional projects is not strong, and they are easy to control. Software projects are different from traditional projects, with very strict requirements for operability and controllability. Operability refers to reasonable allocation of human resources in software development process. Controllability refers to supervision of software development operation link, indication and correction of problems. In this way, lots of experience can be accumulated, and the practical economic value can be created, such as lowering cost as far as possible and ensuring smooth implementation of projects. In this paper, progress control in software development is discussed to analyze its importance so as to provide some suggestions on software development and accumulate experience for future development.
Software development; Progress control; Research and exploration