Handbook of software quality assurance

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G. G. Schulmeyer, James I. MacManus
Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992 - Computer software - 562 pages
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Top experts offer the latest on software development and quality in this updated bestseller. It includes a method for achieving Zero Defect software, the latest CASE tools for SQA, a survey of metrics used to understand the quality of software being developed, DID standards for SQA, uses of IEEE reliability documents, and coverage of internal, independent verification and validation. 75 illustrations.

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General information presented in an organized manner but perhaps dated because it was published over 10 years ago so updates to procedures have happened since then. Even so it did present some ... Read full review

Contents

SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCECOMING TO TERMS
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HOW DOES SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCE FIT IN?
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SOFTWARE QUALITY LESSONS FROM THE QUALITY EXPERTS
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About the author (1992)

G. Gordon Schulmeyer has taught Software Verification and Validation at major universities. The founder of PYXIS Systems International (www.pyxisinc.com), he has more than thirty years of experience in software testing, quality, and V&V, and is the author of numerous books in his field.

Garth R. MacKenzie also taught Software Verification and Validation and CASE Tools at a major university. Since 1967, he has been active in software engineering and engineering process improvement for systems in avionics, airborne surveillance, command and control systems, and transportation management.

G. GORDON SCHULMEYER, C.D.P., is president of PYXIS Systems International, Inc., focusing on software process and quality improvement. He was manager of software engineering and previously software quality engineering at Westinghouse Electronic Systems Group. He is the author of Zero Defect Software, Total Quality Management for Software, Computer Concepts for Managers, and the soon to be published Software Verification and Validation. He has published and lectured extensively on software quality, and he won the 1992 Shingo Prize for his work in the field.

JAMES I. MCMANUS is an Engineer in the Quality department at Northrop Grumman Electronic Sensors and Systems Division. Jim is currently QA Manager for one of the Air Defense programs at ESSD. He has been QA Manager of ASW and Commercial Communications programs, has worked special teams to audit and support ISO Standards and SEI level 3 and level 4 compliance, and is an active member of a new Requirements Management team to promote a common requirements database (SLATE).

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