Planning Of Quality Assurance Activities

Planning Of Quality Assurance Activities
December 28 10:00 2011 Print This Article

Pre-QA quality planning comprises setting quality purposes and quality assurance strategy.

There are common phases:

1. Setting quality purposes by matching client’s quality anticipations with what can be economically reached by the software development companies:

  • Recognize quality opinions and attributes significant to target clients and users
  • Choose quality measures that can be used to measure the selected quality attributes
  • Evaluate these quality measures to set quality purposes while determining the market environment and the price of reaching variety quality purposes

2. When generating a quality assurance strategy it is necessary to plan for its 2 main components:

  • Map the above quality opinions, attributes, and evaluated purposes to choose a specific set of quality assurance alternatives
  • Map the above external direct quality measures into internal indirect ones via chosen quality models

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