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Metrics and Models in Software Quality Engineering, Second Edition by Stephen H. Kan

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Chapter 15. Conducting In-Process Quality Assessments

How do you determine if your product development is on track to satisfy its quality objectives? How do you ferret out the current and upcoming risks to your product’s quality? Will the product meet customers’ quality expectations? Development teams, project managers, and especially the quality professional(s) on the project team need to ask these questions routinely while their product is under development and timely actions can be applied.

In this chapter [1], we present a four-step process of in-process quality assessment: preparation, evaluation, summarization, and recommendations. A distinction between a quality assessment and a quality audit should be noted. A quality audit, as recognized ...

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