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Why is iteration important when creating a behavioral model?

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Iteration is the most important aspect of analysis and design because it ensures the system works properly by retesting or reiterating at every step of the process. The Behavioral Model is the BRAIN or logic of the business process that illustrates 'how' objects work together. Often, Unified Modeling Language (UML) is used with behavioral models for communication + sequence diagrams via behavioral state machines.

Iterations involve a number of functions or individual tasks to decouple data structures within every phase of development, and this is often thru CRUDE, which is to Create, Read, Update, ...

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This solution discusses the art and science of iteration and its importance in computing.

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