(10 Editable Slides)
(10 Editable Slides)
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V Model diagrams are kind of visual representation in the shape of English Alphabet "V". Such diagrams prove great in illustrating complex concepts and development phases of variety of purposes. From simplifying difficult process steps and visualizing software development phases to systematizing project management and product development life cycle models, it is a versatile way of explaining points. In software (and even hardware) development process, it works as an extension to Waterfall Model. It basically establishes the relationship between different phases or steps of the entire development process as well as the testing phase related to it.