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As we know, the production process of software is: analysis, design, programming, testing, and deployment. In the past, the analysis and design of software were separated. As a result, the results of software requirement analysis cannot be directly designed and programmed, while the code that can be programmed and run distorts the requirements, causing customers to find that many functions are not what they want only after running the software, and the software cannot quickly follow the changes of requirements.