Review of Literature on Software Quality

By | October 19, 2018

Farhan M Al Obisat, Zaid T. Alhalhouli, Tamador I. Alrawashdeh, Tamara E. Alshabatat
Computer and Information Technology Department, Tafila Technical University, TTU Tafila, Jordan

Citation: Farhan M Al Obisat, Zaid T. Alhalhouli, Tamador I. Alrawashdeh, Tamara E. Alshabatat , “Review of Literature on Software Quality “, The World of Computer Science and Information Technology Journal (WSCIT). 2018 Volume 8, Issue 5, pp.32.42.

Published on: 19 October 2018

Abstract—the software development industry considers quality a crucial factor in its development. Applying a certain level of standard to Software Quality (SQ) can help ensure customer satisfaction. This study primarily aims to define the different dimensions of SQ, identify the requirements for enhancing SQ, and present the challenges when SQ is restricted. The study also provides a review on the impact of quality and its measurement in the life cycle of software development. It examines the need for a quality standard to measure the increasing quality requirements and size of software. The findings of this study indicate an increasing need for high-quality software. Moreover, it provides a reference for other scholars regarding SQ testing and SQ in fuzzy logic.

Keywords-quality challenges; Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC); software measurement; software quality.

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