Software Quality: Theory and Management
International Thomson Computer Press, 1997 - 232 pages
This revised second edition text includes updated information on quality standards - TickIt, SPICE and Bootstrap methodology. It includes mini-cases and vignettes plus a case study measuring the benefits of ISO9001 and end of chapter exercises and discussion programmes.
Hierarchical models of quality
Measuring software quality
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accreditation achieved Adaptability applied approach attributes audit benefits Boehm Capability Maturity Model Chapter Clause complexity conformance considered correct cost data flow diagram defined Deming development process documentation effectiveness efficiency ensure errors external factors Figure fitness for purpose Gilb implementation inspection Integrity Juran Kaizen lifecycle maintainability measure ment methodology methods metrics modules monitoring needs non-conforming organization overall Paulk practice problems procedures prototyping quality assurance quality circles quality control quality criteria quality culture quality improvement quality management system quality system reliability requirements analysis response software development software development process software engineering Software Engineering Institute Software Metrics software process software quality solution specification SPICE SSADM staff stage standard structured suppliers Table techniques testing third party assessed TickIT Total quality management usability user requirements view of quality zero defects