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Proposed an Integrated Model to Detect The Defect in Software Development Projects
Ayman E. Khedr, Ahmed Fouad Omran
Pages - 52 - 59     |    Revised - 15-05-2012     |    Published - 20-06-2012
Volume - 3   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - May / June 2012  Table of Contents
Quality Assurance, Software Inspection, Software Testing, Software Development Projects
Currently, software quality assurance does not apply completely on the development of software industry and this leads to some challenges in the industry of software, specially, concerning cost and time consuming. While, the success of software development project depends on the application quality assurance standards, which starts by the pre-project and continue through the project till it reaches the user at the end. The aim of this model is the challenge to produce not only the software development project without defects but also the customer’s acceptance and satisfaction of the software. Thus to prevent software development project failure, this defect should be detected at an early stage.This study will deal with; the quality assurance inspection and testing, in the whole stages of software development projects. Then proposing the quality assurance inspection and testing model for the software development projects process, which known as “Integrated Model”.
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Dr. Ayman E. Khedr
- Egypt
Mr. Ahmed Fouad Omran
Faisal Islamic Bank, Egypt - Egypt