Sunday, 16 February 2020

Software Quality

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Software Quality


? The correct definition of Software Quality Assurance goes something like:
? The function of software quality that assures that the standards, processes, and procedures
are appropriate for the project and are correctly implemented.
? ISO 9126 is a worldwide standard for the evaluation of software. The standard is split into
four parts: quality model; external metrics; internal metrics; and quality in use metrics.
? ISO 9126-1 symbolizes the latest research into characterizing software for the purposes of
software quality control, software quality assurance and software process improvement (SPI).
? Measuring software is a powerful way to track progress towards project goals.
? As Grady states, “Without such measures for managing software, it is difficult for any
organization to understand whether it is successful, and it is difficult to resist frequent
changes of strategy.”
? Appropriately selected metrics can help both management and engineers maintain their
focus on their goals.
? “International Organization of Standardization” Instead of using an acronym (IOS) they
used the Greek word for equal, which is ISO.


ISO: International Organization of Standardization
SVV: Software Verification and Validation
SPI: Software Process Improvement


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