A Quick Guide to the V-Model
Everything you need to know
V-models, also called Verification and Validation models, are interactions executed consecutively in a V-shaped. Phases are completed sequentially before next starts.
Introduction to V-Model
What makes V-Model different from Waterfall Model?
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1. Left-half of the model- SDLC
2. Right half of the model- STLC
3. Whole figure resembles- V-model
V Model Design
There are 2 branches of V-Model that are divided into various phases-
Phases of V-Model
It includes static examination technique (audit) that is managed without executing code. Item verification evaluates whether specified needs are met during item development.
Check Verification Phases
It includes dynamic examination technique (utilitarian, non-practical) that is managed by executing code. It determines whether the product meets the client's expectations.
Check Validation Phases
1. Exceptionally focused model. 2. Suitable for small projects with clearly stated requirements.
3. Tracking the progress is simple and quick.
Advantages of V-model
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