From the modified diagram, Fig 2, it can be seen that the most
of the emphasis for the processes of each stage has been modified.
This is more apparent in the early stages of the life-cycle, Inception
The reason for this is because in the early stages of the project,
sufficient emphasis on the Software Management and Architecture
will allow the entire team to know how the project is going to be
developed. A well-planned approach will give rise to less problems
when the emphasis has been shifted to the development and assessment
of the software.
Since the distribution of workload cannot be easily accounted for
with a percentage, this structure gives slightly more emphasis to
the management and development process of the Elaboration stage,
so as to ensure sufficient manpower.