Methodology

 

The Boehm-Waterfall software engineering methodology is one of the best known example of a software engineering methodology. The Boehm-Waterfall software engineering methodology is composed into the stages of system requirements, software requirements, preliminary and detailed design, implementation, testing, operations, and maintenance. At each stage is a validation step. In the Boehm-Waterfall software engineering methodology, as often quoted and viewed, the process flows from stage to stage like water over a fall. Boehm-Waterfall is a combination of a sequential methodology with an interactive backstep.

 

 
   
             
^ Back to Top