DIAGNOSTIC STUDY OF AN ASSORTMENT OF PROCESS MODELS IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
Mrs. Anjali Sharma
Mr. Yash Chauhan
In Software Engineering, software process models can be measured at two different stages actions: one at the begin stage actions which is related to gather the information which based on the analysis, development of the required aspects, and last is maintenance of the concern software, in other second stage action is related with the dentition of the software, functioning about the software, measurement, and upgrading according demands software process itself. This paper nearby the proportional study of various process models in software engineering which based on various parameters and also planned different aspects for software process models in the throughout the world of software development.
Software Engineering, Software Process Model, Software Crisis
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