redocumentation

redocumentation

The creation or revision of a semantically equivalent representation within the same relative abstraction level. The resulting forms of representation are usually considered alternate views intended for a human audience.
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Our managed services experts will evaluate each contract that involves client data or information systems and, following Pillsburys guidance, assist in renegotiation and redocumentation if needed.
To address the infighting among beneficiaries, the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) in this province started conducting on May 17 the validation and redocumentation of the lands, once occupied by the National Development Corp.
Demeyer, Redocumentation of a legacy banking system: an experience report.
Based on the answers to the questions outlined in the framework, the decision maker can associate cost, schedule, and risk with any redocumentation effort.
Reuse Factors Quantification Method Documentation * Cost--based on prior documentation or redocumentation efforts * Schedule--based on prior basis of estimates for length of documentation activities * Risk--based on risk assessment of documentation availability Subject Matter * Cost--based on training Expertise and personnel hours * Schedule--based on training efforts and transition period * Risk--based on risk assessment of subject matter expertise availability Feasibility of * Cost--if the legacy Integration technology can be integrated * Schedule--if the legacy technology can be integrated * Risk--based on risk assessment of technological gaps and cost and schedule flexibility FIGURE 1.
Redocumentation includes a driver's license (the entrant must pass a driver's test), social security card, birth certificate, and diplomas to the level of education that one has actually attained.