An introduction to software quality control

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Wiley, 1980 - Computers - 445 pages
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Part 1: Fundamental concepts in statistics and quality control. baPart 1. Fundamental concepts in statistics and quality control. Basic concepts in probability. Important statistical distributions for software quality control. Random number generation. Sampling techniques and statistical inference. Acceptance sampling. Part 2: Requirements specification. Software design and test design. Structured programming. Structured module interfacing for software systems. Software testing, validation, verification, and debugging. Software system acceptance. FORTRAN compiler acceptance. COBOL compiler acceptance. Part 3: Software testing, validation, verification and debugging. Software system accepance. FORTRAN compiler acceptance. COBOL compiler acceptance.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Fundamental Concepts in Statistics and Quality
23
Important Statistical Distributions for Software Quality
40
Copyright

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