What is baseline?

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  • Jan 20th, 2006

Baselining is making the deliverable(can be a test case or code) with respect to the software version by using the supporting document.

The supporting document should also be baselined as per the software version

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kiran kumar racherla

  • Feb 22nd, 2006

Base line:  Base line means freezing the doccument ,i.e the doccument is finalized doccument,after baseling the doccument ,doccuments are checkin to  the common repository.

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  • Mar 16th, 2006


        A Baseline is a reference point at which the status of the product or product items is established and recorded so that its growth or decline can be tracked.      A Baseline is a specification or product that has formally reviewed and agreed upon , that thereafter serves as the basis for further development and that can be changed only through formal change control procedures.

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prashant M

  • Apr 6th, 2006

In one line baseline is "current level of performance"

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Prashant M

  • May 19th, 2006


Baseline  is reference point where you can identify the status of the product/project

at that stage. we can able to decide wheather the product/project working according

to the schedule or not by refering Baseline.

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  • Jul 3rd, 2006


Baseline: A quantitative measure of the current level of performance

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