Illustrate RUP? , JAVA Programming

Rational Unified Process (RUP) is a normal framework that may be used to define a development process.

The software development life cycle has got 4 parts in the following order Inception, Construction, Elaboration, and Transition.

 

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The core of the phases is state-based, and the state is calculated by what fundamental questions you are giving to answer:

1. Inception - do you and the customer have a shared knowledge of the system?

2. Elaboration - do you have baseline architecture to be able to create the system?

3. Construction - are you deploying a product?

4. Transition - are you trying to get the customer to give ownership of the system?

 

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