[ waw-ter-fawl di-vel-uhp-muhnt, wot-ter‐ ]
/ ˈwɔ tərˌfɔl dɪˌvɛl əp mənt, ˈwɒt tər‐ /
noun Digital Technology.
a philosophy of linear software development that includes sequential stages, from conception and design through testing and implementation, resulting in one finalized version of the product.
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Origin of waterfall development
First recorded in 1975–80
Also called waterfall model.
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