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What is the difference between V-Shaped Model & V-Model?

I think V-Model and V-shaped model both are same. If both are different terms, please give me your explanation.

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Hi Malini, Both are same......... In Software Engineering it is called V-Model. There is nothing with the name V-shaped Model....... So if somebody uses this term, it means V-model.
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Hi Malini

I agree with Mohan both are same

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Gowtham
Manali, V-Shaped Model and V-Model both are same.
V-Model and V-Shaped Model, both are same
I think V-Model and V-Shaped Model both are same.
I agree with all the members answers. Because V-Model and V-Shaped Model both are same.
Yes, you are right. V-Model and V-Shaped Model both are same
V-Model & V-Shaped Model both are same.
Dear Malini, V-Model and V-Shaped Model both are same.
Yes, V-Model & V-Shaped Model both are same.
yes both are same.
Yes, I too agree with everybody. Both the terms are used interchangably but ideally we should call it "V- Model" instead of V- Shaped Model as it is already in V shaped.

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