Modeling a Waterfall The waterfall model was one of the first approaches to the software development life cycle.
Model of iterative development
Model for Rapid Application Development.
Model of Agile Development
RAD Waterfall Model Spiral Model V-Model Incremental Model Agile Model Iterative Model Big-Bang Model Prototype Model Spiral Model V-Model Incremental Model Agile Model Iterative Model Big-Bang
A continuous process is the waterfall paradigm. The V-model is a multi-step procedure. In comparison to software created using the V-model, the number of faults in software created using the Waterfall approach is lower. In compared to software created following the Waterfall model, the number of errors in V-model software is higher.
The V-Model is used for small projects with well-defined needs. Simple and straightforward to comprehend and apply. This model emphasizes verification and validation operations early in the life cycle, increasing the likelihood of producing an error-free and high-quality output.