The organization of the software quality assurance process
Boger, Dan C.
Lyons, Norman R.
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This paper discusses and analyzes approaches to the problem of so.)Ctware quality assurance. The approaches offered in the fiterature usually focus on "designing in "quality. This can be a productive approach, but there are also benefits to be gained by establishing an independent quality assurance (QA) group to review all aspects of the software development process. This paper discusses the organization of such a group using the function o fan operations auditing group as a model.
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