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5 was introduced, while version 3 was still being serviced. 15/ x x x x x Summary Life span models offer a simplified and comprehensive view of the entire software engineering discipline. The models differ from each other and fit more or less accurately with the actual software life span. The staged model consists of the stages of initial development that produces the first version of software, followed by a stage of evolution, where additional functionality is added. Software evolution stops by code stabilization, management decision, or by code decay, and the stage after that is called servicing, where only minor deficiencies are fixed.
Using Sneed’s model, Lehner (1991) surveyed the life span of 13 business systems from Upper Austria. He found that some systems belong to the category of static systems with a very short evolution after the initial development and dramatically decreasing servicing work, while other systems consume substantial effort over many years. Lehner confirmed a clear distinction between what he called “growth” and “saturation” that corresponds to the stages of evolution and servicing, respectively. Thus, he refuted earlier opinions that the evolution and growth of software continues indefinitely and empirically confirmed the difference between evolution and servicing.
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