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Life Cycle Model in Software Engineering

Jun 19, 2024

A Life Cycle Model in Software Engineering is a structured framework or methodology that describes the stages of software system development, deployment, and maintenance. Standard life cycle models include Agile, Spiral, Big Bang, and V-shaped.

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