Author : Prof. Ashwini Gharde 1
Date of Publication :7th July 2015
Abstract: Software worth billions and trillions of dollars have gone waste in the past due to lack of proper techniques used for developing software resulting into software crisis. Historically , the processes of software development has played an important role in the software engineering. A number of life cycle models have been developed in last three decades. This paper is an attempt to identify attributes that are critical to software process model for a software project. The objective is to identify the project domain(area) and project type(scale).
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