Handbook of software quality assurance
G. G. Schulmeyer, James I. MacManus
Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992 - Computer software - 562 pages
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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SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCECOMING TO TERMS
HOW DOES SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCE FIT IN?
SOFTWARE QUALITY LESSONS FROM THE QUALITY EXPERTS
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activities analysis analyze application audit automated Average Defects Average Lines baseline changes Chapter code inspection complete correct criteria CSCI cycle defective rate Defects Per K-lines defined definition Design Review discussed documentation environment errors established example failure Figure function hardware IEEE implementation improve input integration Lines Inspected measure ment methodologies module operation organization output Pareto Pareto analysis Pareto principle performed phase Plan poka-yoke problems procedures product unit project management quality control quality factors quality requirements quality software sampling Section software configuration management software design software development cycle software development process Software Engineering software product software quality assurance software quality manager software quality program software reliability software requirements software system Software Test source code specification SQA Program standards structure System Software Table tasks techniques tion Total Hour traceability unit testing validation Verification WWMCCS zero defects