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positively. Without the perfect plan, calculating the strengths and weaknesses of the project, development of software is meaningless.2.Analysis: Analysis is about evaluating the performance of the software atvarious stages and making notes on additional requirements. 3.Design: Once the analysis is complete, the step of designing takes over, which is basically building the architecture of the project. This step helps remove possible flaws by setting a standard and attempting to stick to it.4.Development & Implementation: The actual task of developing the software starts here with data recording going on in the background. Once 4
the software is developed, the stage of implementation comes in where theproduct goes through a pilot study to see if it’s functioning properly.5.Testing: The testing stage assesses the software for errors and documents bugs if there are any.6.Maintenance: Once the software passes through all the stages without any issues, it is to undergo a maintenance process wherein it will be maintained and upgraded from time to time to adapt to changes. Almost every software development Indian company follows all the six steps, leading to the reputation that the country enjoys in the software market today.SDLC can also be viewed from a more process oriented perspective. This emphasises the parallel nature of some of the activities and presents activities such as system maintenance as an alternative to a complete re-design of an existing system. The advantages of this system are as below:a)Easy to controlb)Monitor large projectsc)Detailed stepsd)Evaluate costs and completion targetse)Documentationf)Ease of maintenance
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Systems Development Life Cycle, Iterative and incremental development