by Dinesh Thakur Category: Software Engineering

A software process as mentioned earlier, specifies a method of development software. A software project, on the other hand is a development project in which a software process is used. And software products are the outcomes of a software project.

 Each software development project starts with some needs and (hopefully) ends with some software that satisfies those needs. A software process specifies the abstract set of activities that should be performed to go from user needs to final product. The actual act of executing the activities for some specific user needs is a software project. And all the outputs that are produced while the activities are being executed are the products.

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