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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of contents PartI: IntroductionCh. 1: The Software Quality Challenge..Ch. 2: What is Software Quality?Ch. 3: Software Quality FactorsCh. 4: The Components of the Software Quality Assurance System - Overview.Part II: Pre-Project Software Quality ComponentsCh. 5: Contract ReviewCh. 6: Development and Quality PlansPart III: SQA Components in the Project Life CycleCh. 7: Integrating Quality Activities in the Project Life CycleCh. 8: ReviewsCh. 9: Software Testing - StrategiesCh. 10: Software Testing - ImplementationCh. 11: Assuring The Quality of Software Maintenance Ch. 12: Assuring The Quality of External Participants' PartsCh. 13: Case Tools and their Affect on Software Quality.Part IV: Software Quality Infrastructure Components Ch.14: Procedures and Work Instructions.Ch.15: Supporting Quality DevicesCh. 16: Staff Training, Instructing and Certification.Ch. 17: Preventive and Corrective Actions.Ch. 18: Configuration ManagementCh. 19: Documentation and Quality Records Controls.PART V: Softwre Quality Management ComponentsCh. 20: Project Progress ControlCh. 21: Software Quality MetricsCh. 22: Software Quality CostsPART VI: Standards, Certification and AssessmentCh. 23: SQA StandardsCh. 24: ISO 9001 CertificationCh. 25: Software Process AssessmentPART VII: Organizing for Quality AssuranceCh. 26: Management and its Role in Quality AssuranceCh. 27: The Software Quality Assurance Unit.Ch. 28: SQA Trustees and CommitteesEPILOGUE: The Future of SQAThe Future of SQA: Challenges.The Future of SQA: Tools for Overcoming the Challenges.
Software quality assurance (SQA) systems are vital for software developers in the software and the electronics industries as well as for information systems divisions in organizations. This book, which should be suitable for all levels, is based on many years consulting and teaching experience.
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