Phases in the spiral model - Project management (PMP)

Briefly describe the phases in the Spiral model.

Phases in spiral model:

a) System requirements are identified in detail.
b) An initial design is created for the new system based on the requirements in previous phase. All feasible and technical approaches are identified and analyzed to build the system. The design is done on a very broader and deeper scope to identify and deal with potential risks in the system.
c) A prototype is created depicting a few features of the system.
d) A second prototype is created using 4 steps: Evaluate first prototype, define requirements for second prototype, planning and designing for second prototype, constructing and testing second prototype.
Strengths of the spiral model- Project management (PMP)
Strengths of the Spiral model: a) Early identification of potential risk areas. b) Customer sees a prototype very early in the SDLC....
Weaknesses of the spiral model - Project management (PMP)
Weaknesses of Spiral model are: a) Not suitable for smaller or low budget projects as cost is high for identifying risks....
Explain when to use the spiral model - Project management (PMP)
Spiral model should be used when: a) Prototypes are expected/needed b) Large and high budget projects...
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