Software Quality Approaches: Testing, Verification, and Validation - Haug, Michael / Olsen, Eric W. / Consolini, Luisa (eds.)
60,99 €
versandkostenfrei*

inkl. MwSt.
Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen
30 °P sammeln
    Broschiertes Buch

This book is a result of the European Experience Exchange (EUREX) project sponsored by the European Systems and Software Initiative for Software Best Practice in Europe. The EUREX project analyzed the industrial and economic impact and the similarities and differences between and among more than 300 software Process Improvement Experiments sponsored by the EU. The current volume offers a variety of perspectives on software quality issuess resulting from that analysis, including testing, verification and validation. This area represents one of the "great unknowns" in software development in the…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book is a result of the European Experience Exchange (EUREX) project sponsored by the European Systems and Software Initiative for Software Best Practice in Europe. The EUREX project analyzed the industrial and economic impact and the similarities and differences between and among more than 300 software Process Improvement Experiments sponsored by the EU. The current volume offers a variety of perspectives on software quality issuess resulting from that analysis, including testing, verification and validation. This area represents one of the "great unknowns" in software development in the sense that many organisations, especially small and medium enterprises, have no purposeful process addressing these issuses. As a result, this book is particularly meaningful for software practitioners in such enterprises, including both developers and line managers.
  • Produktdetails
  • Software Best Practice Vol.1
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2001
  • Seitenzahl: 320
  • Erscheinungstermin: 23. Oktober 2001
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 235mm x 155mm x 17mm
  • Gewicht: 496g
  • ISBN-13: 9783540417842
  • ISBN-10: 3540417842
  • Artikelnr.: 09766176
Inhaltsangabe
I SPI, ESSI, EUREX.- 1 Software Process Improvement.- 1.1 Introduction.- 1.2 Objectives-Scope of the Initiative.- 1.3 Strategy.- 1.4 Target Audience.- 1.5 Dimensions of Software Best Practice.- 1.6 European Dimension.- 1.7 Types of Projects.- 1.7.1 Stand Alone Assessments.- 1.7.2 Process Improvement Experiments (PIEs).- 1.7.3 Application Experiments.- 1.7.4 Dissemination Actions.- 1.7.5 Experience/User Networks.- 1.7.6 Training Actions.- 1.7.7 ESSI PIE Nodes (ESPINODEs).- 1.7.8 Software Best Practice Networks (ESBNETs).- 2 The EUREX Project.- 2.1 Target Audience and Motivation.- 2.2 Objectives and Approach.- 2.3 Partners.- 2.4 Related Dissemination and Training Actions.- 2.4.1 Software Improvement Case Studies Initiative (SISSI).- 2.4.2 ESPITI.- 3 The EUREX Taxonomy.- 3.1 Analysis and Assessment of PIEs.- 3.2 Classification into Problem Domains.- 3.2.1 First Regional Classification.- 3.2.2 Result of First Regional Classification.- 3.2.3 Consolidation and Iteration.- 3.2.4 Update of Regional Classification.- 3.2.5 Mapping of Attributes.- 3.2.6 Review of Classification and Mapping into Subject Domains.- 3.2.7 Subject Domains Chosen.- 3.2.8 Unclassified PIEs.- 3.3 Testing, Verification, and Quality Management.- II Testing, Verification, and Quality Management.- 4 Perspectives.- 4.1 Introduction to the Subject Domain.- 4.2 Software Verification & Validation Introduced.- 4.2.1 Verification & Validation with Respect to the Product Development Process.- 4.2.2 The Main Weaknesses of the Testing Process.- 4.2.3 An Improved Process Model.- 4.2.4 How to Improve: the Road to Process Improvement.- 4.2.5 Cost/Benefit Analysis.- 4.3 Testware.- 4.3.1 A Testing Definition.- 4.3.2 Customer Needs.- 4.3.3 Types of Testing.- 4.3.4 Debugging.- 4.3.5 Other Techniques.- 4.3.6 Tools.- 4.3.7 Testware.- 4.3.8 Benefits and Limits.- 4.3.9 References.- 4.4 Classic Testing Mistakes.- 4.4.1 Theme One: The Role of Testing.- 4.4.2 Theme Two: Planning the Testing Effort.- 4.4.3 Theme Three: Personnel Issues.- 4.4.4 Theme Four: The Tester at Work.- 4.4.5 Theme Five: Technology Run Rampant.- 4.4.6 Acknowledgements.- 4.4.7 References.- 5 Resources for Practitioners.- 5.1 Methods and Tools.- 5.2 Books.- 5.2.1 Introductory Reference Books on Software Quality.- 5.2.2 Classics on Testing.- 5.2.3 Key Books on Testing.- 5.2.4 Key Books on Inspections.- 5.3 Organisations.- 5.4 Important Conferences.- 5.5 Web Sites.- 6 Experience Reports.- 6.1 PI3 Project Summary.- 6.1.1 Participants.- 6.1.2 Business Motivation and Objectives.- 6.1.3 The Experiment.- 6.1.4 Impact and Experience.- 6.1.5 References.- 6.2 PROVE Project Summary.- 6.2.1 Participants.- 6.2.2 Business Motivation and Objectives.- 6.2.3 The Experiment.- 6.2.4 Impact and Experience.- 6.3 TRUST Project Summary.- 6.3.1 Participants.- 6.3.2 Business Motivation and Objectives.- 6.3.3 The Experiment.- 6.3.4 Impact and Experience.- 6.4 FCI-STDE Project Summary.- 6.4.1 Participants.- 6.4.2 Business Motivation and Objectives.- 6.4.3 The Experiment.- 6.4.4 Impact and Experience.- 6.5 TESTLIB Project Summary.- 6.5.1 Participants.- 6.5.2 Business Motivation and Objectives.- 6.5.3 The Experiment.- 6.5.4 Impact and Experience.- 6.6 ATECON Project Summary.- 6.6.1 Participants.- 6.6.2 Business Motivation and Objectives.- 6.6.3 The Experiment.- 6.6.4 Impact and Experience.- 6.7 GUI-Test Project Summary.- 6.7.1 Participants.- 6.7.2 Business Motivation and Objectives.- 6.7.3 The Experiment.- 6.7.4 Impact and Experience.- 7 Lessons from the EUREX Workshops.- 7.1 Second Italian Workshop.- 7.1.1 Introduction.- 7.1.2 The Workshop Experts.- 7.1.3 Testing Web-based Applications.- 7.1.4 Workshop Conclusions.- 7.1.5 Workshop Discussions.- 7.2 Third Spanish Workshop.- 7.2.1 Introduction.- 7.2.2 Expert Presentation.- 7.2.3 Workshop Discussion and Conclusions.- 7.3 Pilot German Workshop.- 7.3.1 Introduction.- 7.3.2 Expert Presentation.- 7.3.3 Workshop Discussion and Conclusions.- 7.4 Lessons Learned from the Workshops.- 7.4.1 People Issues