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The Rapid Application Development (RAD) Software Development Life Cycle Mod
The Rapid Application Development (RAD) Software Development Life Cycle Mod

In the 1980s, IBM responded to the constricting nature of formal methods, such as the waterfall model, with the use of a rapid application development (RAD) approach. James Martin's book Rapid Application Development introduced this approach to the software community. With

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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

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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:

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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

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Managing Domain Processes
Managing Domain Processes

Domain processes are the interrelated activities specific to the functioning of the organization for which a software project is developed. The measure of quality for a software project is based on how well the software solves particular domain-related problems. For the software

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Defining the Process Domain
Defining the Process Domain

Domain processes are the interrelated activities that are specific to the functioning of the organization for which a software project is developed. The first step is to determine the domain in which the product will finally be used. For all domain analysis, the critical point of

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Project Selection Models
Project Selection Models

Selection of projects is a key business process and is necessary to the ongoing economic health of the organization. This process includes the project managers, product line managers and business unit executives, and all the stakeholders in and out of the business organization.

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Selecting a Project Team
Selecting a Project Team

The selection of a project team takes place early in the life cycle of a software development project. The selection of team members, the stages of team building that happen, and the way in which the team morphs all support and influence the remainder of the activities in the

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Where We Are in the Product Development Life Cycle
Where We Are in the Product Development Life Cycle

Information in this section begins in the early stages of a project, during initiation. Though, project teams constantly modify, especially with large or lengthy projects. The selection and creation of a project team supports the entire life cycle and is therefore essential to every

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