Unified and Stable Project: “Ushering in the Future”

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Proceedings of the Future Technologies Conference (FTC) 2019: Volume 2


Kohei Arai, Rahul Bhatia, Supriya Kapoor



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Why do we need projects? What is the need to carry out a project? What is the ultimate-goal of any project? These are a few thoughts that crop up in one’s mind while trying to develop and implement any project. The motivations of this paper are to establish the unified functional and non-functional requirements of AnyProject for the first time. Our goal is to enable unification for AnyProject pattern leading to the creation of a stable pattern language and to enable usability for applications across numerous domains and apply for an unlimited number of scenarios. The idea is to compare the existing or traditional model (TM) of a project and software stability model (SSM) of any project using non-functional requirements as criteria for comparison, evaluation, and measurements. The significant findings are: (1) The TM can only be applied to one scenario, unlike the AnyProject Pattern, which can be effectively applied to unlimited scenarios; (2) The TM requires high maintenance costs and limited scalability. On the other hand, the SSM definitively cuts down on costs because it is cognitive knowledge; and (3) In the measurability, the TM fails to model the essential properties of AnyProject. However, the stable model delineates essential properties. As a result, the SSM enables stability and unlimited applicability.


Abstraction, AnyProject stable design pattern, Applicability, Impact, Project definitions, SSM, TM, UML


Computer Engineering