Experimentation Methodology : Waterfall Methodology For The Problems At Hand By Actioning The Solution
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Experimentation Methodology is a way of arriving at solutions to the problems at hand by actioning the solution in a controlled/miniature environment. The controlled environment contains the actual information or data, which will be used in our ‘trial and error’ scrutinising and subsequent solutioning. This methodology is one of the widely used methods where the size and cost of the actual project is very high. This greatly helps in reducing the cost in case of errors, since we are working only on a miniaturised simulated environment. From the IT project perspective, this method is used by various IT consultancies in the name of ‘pilot project’.
Software Development Methodology- Overview:
Many of the software companies adopt waterfall methodology for their project. Waterfall methodology follows the below steps:
1. Requirement gathering
6. Maintenance Before proceeding with the development of objects with this methodology, consultants prefer to establish their solutions in a pilot environment and then start working on the actual project provided the pilot is successful and approved. We can extensively analyse and scrutinise the advantages, disadvantages and various aspects of the methodology in subsequently sections of this report.
Experimentation normally points to the ways and means of testing the solutions fabricated by the team members and do proper testing before