Information on Spiral Development Model
The spiral development model is a lifecycle model
that is an iterative process for the development of a
system specification, either as a complete specification, or as a
specification of an increment within an evolutionary acquisition model. A
simple view of the spiral development model would
see developers move through a spiral of requirements elicitation/generation, requirements
analysis and negotiation, requirements documentation and requirements validation until they
were sure that they had an adequate representation of the
functional architecture and could produce a System Specification. The spiral
development model would then continue through each of
the levels of design within the Acquisition Phase.
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