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There is profound confusion at the final stages of software development as to which defect discovered belongs to which phase of software development lifecycle. Techniques like root cause analysis and orthogonal defect classification are commonly used practices that can be applied jointly with the software process to determine each defect attribute in terms(More)
A major concern for managers of software projects are the triple constraints of cost, schedule and quality due to the difficulties to quantify accurately the trade-offs between them. Project managers working for accredited companies with a high maturity will typically use software cost estimation models like COCOMO II and predict software quality by the(More)
The certification of software products, from the view of current studies, is feasible, and demonstrates the practicality of the implementation of code design. In this paper, we will discuss the software metrics that apply at the near phases (Design and Implementation) of the software lifecycle and their impact on software quality, and we will give a(More)
A major share of software project investment is assigned to activities concerning the detection and removal of defects. Software project managers tend to apply the most efficient QA techniques to assure low defect density within their software project. However, the criteria of selecting a QA technique based on its efficiency is not always safe and cost(More)
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