System Development Life Cycle Models

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System Development Life Cycle Models

The concept of making employees to form a work group is very simple. But to make it fit the system is challenging. System Development Life Cycle uses certain principles to assure that systems meet their requirements (DOJ, 2000). These principles impose various degrees of discipline to the process to make it efficient and even predictable.

The entire model goes through certain phases of investigation to System Operation. It is matter of personnel choice entirely to develop any model. Each model will suit only particular conditions. The main challenge is to select the correct model for the system to make more efficient.
THE SEVEN STEP TRADITIONAL SLDC MODEL:

1) Requirement: This phase mainly deals with gathering the requirement of the project. Such as available materials resources. All the requirements are basically captured and documented in a specification document.

2) Analysis: The requirement which tare gathered in the requirement specific document is analyzed here. The requirements that are not considered in the previous phase will also be considered and then analyzed(Isaias, P & Issa, T.).

3) Design:
The architecture of the project is defined here. All the tools for implements the project will be defined here. Resources will allocate and groups will be formed. This is the final stage before building the project.

4) Build or implementation: All the developments take place in this phase along with…

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