Advantages and Dis-advantages of V-model?Is every company
is using V-model only? pls send me the answer very quick
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Answer / saurabhguy
The advantages of V model are:
1) Time saving - This is because the Testing activities
start as soon as the customer gives the requirement
(parallal to the development activites)i.e. testing design
starts when requiremnts are given by customer meanwhile
developers start with coding and when the coding is
complete testing can immediately start without waste in
time for the design.
2) Cost Saving - V model is cost saving because there is
early detection of bugs while development and unit testing.
Now coming to the next part of question, All the companies
do not implement V Model. It depends on customer
requirement eg. if the customer is more interested to cover
up all risks then the company may use Spiral Model.
There are few disadvantages of V model:
2) For BIG projects its a repeated process
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Answer / satish
one reasom is its very expensive and small scale org cant
afford this so they go for refinement of v model
if any thing is wrong correct me
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Answer / sujatha
According to me it's depends on organization means let's
take CMM 3,4,5 organizations follows V model.like
They have to produce qaulity product n maintain good name
in market so they have to follow.
Vmodel means verification and validation
Adv: we can deliver qaulity product i.e in V-model in every
phase testing involves.
In V-model development and testing are done as parallel.
Dis:It's cost effective.
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Answer / aarthi
avoid downward flow for defects
reduce the cost for fix if we find the defect in early stage
its cant use in small project
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Answer / guest
hi satish pls give the correct answer i am not
understsnding u r answer.could any body give the correct
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Answer / susmitha
in the v- model in each of the phase the verification and
validation is done and they prepare a plan in each phase
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Answer / muthu
in v-model :
1.the customer is involved after end product is finished.
2.any risk/contigencies are not analysised during the v-
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Answer / selva
Advantage of v-model is
1.verification and validation performed simultaneously.
2.we can save the time duration.
3.cost will be lesser.
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