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"XP" wasn't hard to figure out, but how are we supposed to know what "UP", "RUP", and "DRUP" mean? These unexplained acronymns (abbrevs) are mystifying and might be one reason a lot of people don't go to this topic in the saloon.
 
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Unified Process, Rational Unified Process. Not sure about DRUP but I think one earlier post said Distributed RUP.
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John , I think Since the topic of software engineering is difficult topic. Very few people are interested . But , it is the thing.
Your questions : -
UP : - Unified Process
RUP : - Rational Unified Process
DRUP : - Derived RUP ( Lightweight Process )
Following link will help you.
This is for DRUP.
Please take a look around the forum , you will see a lots of information. I thinK now you will be frequesnt visitor to this forum.
I hope this will be useful.
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Even I was wondering what these acronyms stand for. Now that I know what are their full forms, I'm still wondering WHAT IS Unified Process,
Rational Unified Process and
Derived Rational Unified Process ?
 
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Googling for RUP I found http://www.rational.com/rup/index.jsp
 
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