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RAD Model

RAD Model or Rapid Application Development Model:

  1. It is also an iterative model, but there would be only one release for all the iterations performed.
  2. This is preferred for large or complex applications which has to be developed in shorter span of time.
  3. The application will be split into modules and all the individual modules will be constructed and tested
  4. Independently for their stability and then grouped(integrated) to form a system.

 Advantages of RAD Model:

  • It is used in implementing complex applications in shorter span of time.

 Disadvantages Of RAD Model:

  • It will not support dynamic requirements
  • It requires lot of human resources in implementation
  • Defects in integration might take lot of efforts and cost to rectify, as there would be lot of dependency between the features or modules.
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