Science & Engineering Research Support soCiety (SERSC)
A software development process describes a structured set of activities or tasks that must performed by software stakeholders during the different phases of software manufacturing. These activities can be divided also into smaller portions at time called increments that are produced in a progressive way. Thereby, every change occurring in one increment performs a new iteration and affects absolutely the other increments that depend on it. These changes may cause a waste in modeling time or re-coding programs and make iterations more complex.