Advanced Waterfall Model

Advanced Waterfall Methodology

Advanced Waterfall Model or methodology is a totally hypothetical terminology in contrast to existing sdlc models. As I have mentioned previously in my articles, that Waterfall model is the most primitive sdlc model of all times. All other models have been derived from this model directly or indirectly ever since. All the varied software models […]

Spiral Model

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Sdlc spiral Model includes the iterative nature of the prototyping model and the linear nature of the waterfall model. This approach is ideal for developing software that is revealed in various versions. In each iteration of the spiral approach, software development process follows the phase-wise linear approach. At the end of first iteration, the customer […]

Prototyping Model

Prototype Model Example

Prototyping approach, also known as evolutionary approach, came to picture because of failures that occurred in the final version of the software application developed using the waterfall approach. The failure generally occurs because of the changes in the requirement of the proposed system or because of the gap in understanding the customer requirement by the […]

Win Win Spiral Model

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The Win-Win spiral approach is an extension of the spiral approach. The phase in this approach is same as the phase in the spiral approach. The only difference is that at the time of the identifying the requirements, the development team and the customer hold discussion and negotiate on the requirements that need to be […]

Incremental Model

sdlc Incremental Model

Under sdlc Incremental Model, software requirements are initially broken down into multiple standalone modules. These modules are drafted according to the level of priority they have under the software project. Here every module is a standalone function and has to be developed according to the implementation and progression of the project. Although they can be […]

Waterfall Model

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The waterfall Model illustrates the software development process in a linear sequential flow. This means that any phase in the development process begins only if the previous phase is complete. The waterfall approach does not define the process to go back to the previous phase to handle changes in requirement. Therefore, different projects may follow […]