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    U-QASAR Workshop – Madrid – 12 May, 2015

    by  • April 29, 2015 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    U-QASAR: Obtaining an integrated and objective overview of Software Quality in the new changing environments. This workshop presents an overview of the Software Quality Tools currently used in the new changing environments, and how to survive the huge amount of available information and obtain objective data useful for the Software and Business development. How...

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    Software product quality characteristics

    by  • June 23, 2014 • Quality measurement, Software quality

    Quality is a vague concept and it can mean different things to different people. ISO25010 (ISO/IEC 2010) gives one taxonomy for software quality: Figure. ISO/IEC 25010 quality model (ISO/IEC 2010) In this taxonomy the software quality is described through eight quality characteristics, each of which is further divided into two or more sub characteristics....

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    Different viewpoints to software quality

    by  • June 2, 2014 • Quality measurement, Software engineering, Software quality

    Kitchenham, and Pfleeger (1996) characterize software quality as an elusive target and, basically, software quality can be split into product quality and process quality, yet this helps little as numerous quality targets can be found for both. To provide a more holistic understanding of different approaches we summarize here Garvin’s views of product quality...

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    Identifying quality indicators

    by  • May 22, 2014 • Methods, Quality measurement, Software quality

    When planning a new measurement program or introducing new metrics into an organization it is important to consider the different types of indicators and metrics that can be applied in software development. Quality indicators are selected to evaluate the status of a defined quality objective. The quality indicators can be characterized from different viewpoints...

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    The difficulty of software metrics

    by  • May 13, 2014 • Quality measurement, Software quality

    In terms of popularity, the use of software metrics is a success. It has, since the late 1960s been widely adopted. While the term “software metrics” these days means anything that has to do with collection measurements (such as manually recording defects or producing numbers that characterize properties of software code), its main impact...

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