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Analysis on Software Development Approaches
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Author(s)
Vijayalakshmi N.S.
KEYWORDS
Software development, Process model, Code and fixed, Stepwise Refinement, Iterative and Incremental Development, Agile Development, Component Based Development, Component Driven Approach
ABSTRACT
Software process models often represent a networked sequence of activities, objects, transformations, and events that embody strategies for accomplishing software evolution. Software systems come and go through a series of passages that account for their inception, initial development, productive operation, upkeep, and retirement from one generation to another.The objective of this paper is to analyze and categorize software development approaches and reveals where they can be beneficial in software industry with the type of project.
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