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sveto1
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Question Difference btw Iterative and Incremental development

Hi all,

I would like to know, what the difference (if any) between Iterative and Incremental development is.

Thanx for ur answers

svet

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An interaction results in an increment.

Interactons refer to steps in the workflow, and increments, to growth in the product.

from the book

The Unified Software Development Process

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imcremental does not indicate iterative

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Re. Iterative and incremental development

Hi,
According to RUP, "Software product is designed and built in succession of incremental iterations" - Rational Edge Jan_01
Increment referes to adding/developing functionality in increments and iterative refers to building/improving product in successive iterations.

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Hi,

quote:
Originally posted by bo32
imcremental does not indicate iterative


...but iterative results in incremental.

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vijay_thatte
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Cool

Yes. At the end of iteration we look back and see whether we have met the goals set at the beginning of the iteration and decide whether we need to iterate again or go ahead for the next phase of development.(..I mean RUP phase)
Increment refers to selecting the functionality, based on risk, to be implemented (in early iterations specially) or prototyped.

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