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Software quality assurance

Software quality assurance (SQA) consists of a means of monitoring the software engineering processes and methods used to ensure quality. The methods by which this is accomplished are many and varied, and may include ensuring conformance to one or more standards, such as ISO 9000 or a model such as CMMI.[1]

SQA encompasses the entire

  • Software Engineering Body of Knowledge Ch. 11 Sec. 2.1

External links

  • 730-2014 - IEEE Standard for Software Quality Assurance Processes. 2014.  
  • Chemuturi, Murali (2010). Software Quality Assurance: Best Practices, Tools and Techniques for Software Developers. J.Ross Publishing.  
  • Kelemen, Z. D.; Kusters, R.; Trienekens, J. (2012). "Identifying criteria for multimodel software process improvement solutions - based on a review of current problems and initiatives". Journal of Software: Evolution and Process (Wiley and Sons) 24 (8): 895–909.  
  1. ^ Kelemen, Zádor Dániel; Kusters, Rob; Trienekens Jos Identifying criteria for multimodel software process improvement solutions – based on a review of current problems and initiatives
  2. ^ Nielsen, David CMM and Project Quality Management

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