Evaluation of a software is done in its initial stages of development, when the idea of the software is still on the drawing board. Evaluation stage involves testing the feasibility of the software. The evaluation stage may also include checking the financial feasibility of the software that is going to be implemented or programmed. 

In many cases of a software development process, an engineer or a customer comes up with an abstract idea that has a fraction of the features, end result and uses that the software will have. During this process additional changes if any are added to the idea and other software engineers or programmers review the idea to see if it is feasible. Highly experienced engineers recognize the incomplete, contradictory and ambiguous requirements and include them in the abstract idea. 

Designers also prepare live code that will help remove any uncertainties about the usefulness of the product. After the general requirements are recognized and gathered from an engineer or the client, an analysis of the scope of the software development is clearly stated and determined. The document in which all these requirements are noted and handed over to the programmers is called as the scope of the document and the software development moves onto the next stage, the stage where it is built or programmed i.e, Implementation. 


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