Iterative Waterfall Model | Software Engineering

In Iterative waterfall model, the feedback paths are provided from every phase to its preceding phase. In practice, it is not possible to strictly follow the classical waterfall model for software development work. In this context, we can view the iterative waterfall model as making necessary changes to the classical waterfall model so that it becomes applicable to practical software development projects.

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Introduction to Software Engineering

This Tutorial Introduction to Software Engineering covers what is software engineering, software engineering definition, what is software, characteristics of Software, difference between software and program, types of software, software quality attributes, software process, software crisis, Importance of software…

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UnGuided/Wireless Transmission Media

This tutorial UnGuided/Wireless Transmission Media consists of types of unguided/wireless transmission media, advantages of unguided media, Radio Waves Definition, Uses, Examples, microwave definition, example, application and advantages of Microwaves, definition of Infrared, examples, applications advantages of Infrared.…

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