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Predictive SDLC versus adaptive SDLC Predictive SDLC versus adaptive SDLC The primary distinction between these two methodologies is that, in predictive SDLC, outcomes are as of now known and are unsurprising however if there should arise an occurrence of Adaptive SDLC, results are sudden or they can't be predicted. The last result may vary from what expected in the early period of software advancement. Predictive software advancement methodology may use "Waterfall strategy" though adaptive SDLC may use "Nimble strategies". These two both methodologies are having their own advantages and disadvantages (Okoli, C., & Carillo, K., 2012). Advantages of predictive SDLC Straightforward usage Altered timetable Disadvantages of predictive SDLC Does not work if the outcomes are not known Resulting changes may require some serious energy and additional cost Typically require expansive group (Bhatnagar, R., & Kakkar)
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