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The model architecture frame: quality management in a multi method environment

Author(s): B. Beringer

Abstract:
Most quality management systems (QMS) which integrate software development are based on a single software development method.

This particular method is en- forced on all projects.

The resulting QMS has to fulfil the ISO 9000 standards [13] and enables the control of the projects and the improvement of the develop- ment process, supporting it with all necessary guidelines and providing one ter- minology for the whole company.

However, using only one specific method is not necessarily the best solution for a company with very heterogeneous projects and products.

Requirements of customers, existing experience and training in the teams, projects still using structured methods and newer ones using object-orient- ed methods...

Pages: 12
Size: 1,667 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/SQM950401

 

 

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