What is the difference between analysis model and design model?

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"Analysis" designates some kind of understanding of a problem or situation - breaking a whole into its component parts, whereas "design" is related to the creation of a solution for the analyzed problem - making a blueprint of something before developing it;

A "model" is some kind of simplification that is used to better understand the problem ("analysis model") or the solution ("design model")

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Engineer Zark

  • May 10th, 2016

"Analysis" is all about understanding of requirements, problems within requirements by breaking the whole module into sub modules (Parts). Diagrams can be made to understand and pin point problems in requirements.
While "Designing" is all about how the process in requirement will carry out. Like Unified modeling Diagrams can help in designing. In short designing is to show how process will be caried out in a sub module.

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nitish tiwari

  • Jun 28th, 2016


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