Managing Software Development Projects, The Sequence of the Project Phases
Oeconomics of Knowledge, 2011, vol. 3, issue 4, pages 24-30
Software development projects are logically divided into phases that are composing the project life cycle. Typically, the phases are scheduled sequentially but in some cases a project may take clear advantages by running the phases concurrently. The most common phase-to-phase relation-ships are sequential, overlapping, iterative and composite.
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