WIT Press


Quality Assurance Of CASE Tools: A Monitoring Perspective

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/SQM940452

Volume

9

Pages

13

Published

1994

Size

934 kb

Author(s)

J.F. Coxhead & E.A. Dodman

Abstract

Quality assurance of CASE tools: a monitoring perspective J.F. Coxhead & E.A. Dodman Software Technology Group, Leeds Metropolitan University, Beckett Park Campus, Leeds, ABSTRACT Current methods of assuring the quality of software products concentrate on measurements of the quality of the end product and the management of the process by which the product is produced. However the achievement of quality is a complex matter dependent on many issues, for example the standard of the staff involved and the quality of the tools they use. Thus staff insufficiently trained will be unable to produce quality products even if good development tools are available. Conversely good staff will find it difficult to produce quality products if they do not have appropriate tools available. This is as relevant to an academic institution teaching and training software developers as it is for a commercial enterprise striving for Total Quality Management (TQM) At LJVIU we have installed a

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