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Selecting Software Development Life Cycles

The Incremental Software Development Life Cycle Model
The Incremental Software Development Life Cycle Model

Incremental development is the process of constructing a partial implementation of a total system and slowly adding increased functionality or performance. This approach reduces the cost incurred before an early capability is attained. It also creates an operational system more

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The Spiral Software Development Life Cycle Model
The Spiral Software Development Life Cycle Model

The spiral model, introduced by Dr. Barry Boehm and published in IEEE Computer, 1988, deals with these concerns about the waterfall model: It does not sufficiently deal with changes, it considers a comparatively uniform and orderly sequence of development steps, and it

Tags spiral model, configuration management, life cycle

Tailored Software Development Life Cycle Models
Tailored Software Development Life Cycle Models

Often a project manager can pick a life cycle model from a book and run with it. Other times, there seems to be nothing that quite fits the project needs, although one of the extensively used and pretested models comes close. Need a life cycle that deals with risk, but the spiral

Tags software development, spiral model, milestones

Selecting an Appropriate Software Development Life Cycle Model
Selecting an Appropriate Software Development Life Cycle Model

The selection of a suitable life cycle model for a project can be completed by using the following process:

Tags life cycle, process, software development

Customizing the Life Cycle Model
Customizing the Life Cycle Model

The selection of the suitable model is but the first step in utilizing a life cycle model on a project. The next step is customizing it to the requirements of a particular project - the real phases and activities selected should help the project manager in tracking the project to the

Tags life cycle, iso, ieee, milestones

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