1. Agile methods are undisciplined and not measurable. 2. Agile methods have no project management. 3. Agile methods apply only to software development. 4. Agile methods have no documentation. 5. Agile methods have no requirements. 6. Agile methods only work with small colocated teams.-7. Agile methods do not include planning. 8.
Avoid methods that lack evidence on efficacy such as intuition, unstructured meetings, and focus groups. Given ample data, use quantitative methods including extrapolation, quantitative analogies, rule-based forecasting, and causal methods. Among causal methods, econometric methods are useful given good theory, and few key variables.
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Keywords: Integral equation, numerical methods, hybrid methods. 1 Introduction Many scientists for solving integral equations, used methods from the theory of numer-ical methods for solving ordinary differential equations. As it is known, there is a wide arsenal of numerical methods for solving ordina
A SURVEY OF NUMERICAL METHODS FOR OPTIMAL CONTROL Anil V. Rao∗ A survey of numerical methods for optimal control is given. The objective of the article is to describe the major methods that have been developed over the years for solving general optimal control problems. In particular, the two broad classes of indirect and direct methods
remote methods and local methods of islanding detection as highlighted in figure 3 below  . Figure 3: Islanding Detection Methods Techniques 2.1 Local Islanding Detection Methods Local islanding detection methods can be grouped into two categories: that is, active and passive tec
FINITE ELEMENT METHODS OF LEAST-SQUARES TYPE 791 nite element methods: nite element spaces of equal interpolation order, de ned with respect to the same triangulation, can be used for all unknowns; algebraic problems can be solved using standard and robust iterative methods, such as conjugate gradient methods; and
what qualitative methods are, the kinds of questions that can best be addressed by this approach, and the role qualitative methods can play in program evaluation. Just as quantitative methods are well suited for some types of questions, qualitative methods are particularly well suited to other, specific types of questions.
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of justas many participatory methods.In addition to these fiches,you will find a brief overview of almost40 other methods and techniques.An introductory chapter,with a comparative chartof the discussed methods,and a chapter with general guidelines for using participatory methods complete the toolkit.