SDLC Slides - Prototyping SoonerThanItWill LackOfTesting Conditions

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Problems Associated With  Prototyping Leads People To Think System Will Come  Sooner Than It Will Avoidance In Creating Formal Documentation Lack Of Testing Project Is Often Hard To Terminate No Indication Of Performance In Operational  Conditions Company Resources Not Often Used Efficiently Don’t Usually Fit Well With Other Corporate  Systems (stand alones)
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Traditional SDLC vs. Prototyping Traditional SDLC Linear Structured Rigid Slow / Methodical /  Thorough First Delivered Is  Last Delivered Prototyping Iterative or Cyclical Less Structured Flexible Fast Initial Delivery                     First Delivered Is  Rarely The Last  Delivered
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When to Use  Traditional SDLC / Prototyping Traditional SDLC IPO Well-Known Routine Issues Risk of Failure Low Cost Associated with  Failure is Lower Prototyping 
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course MGMT 382 taught by Professor Roymdejoiejr during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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SDLC Slides - Prototyping SoonerThanItWill LackOfTesting Conditions

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