The weaknesses of an incremental budgeting system, Cost Accounting

Traditional budgeting  systems are  incremental  in nature and  tend  to  focus on  cost  centres.  Activity-based  budgeting  links  business  planning  to  the  budgeting  process  with  a  view  to searching the most cost-effective means of achieving objectives.  
Requirements:

(a)  Describe the weaknesses of an incremental budgeting system.  
(b)  Explain the main  features of an activity-based budgeting system and comment on the benefits claimed for its use.  

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