The Influence of Scope and Timing of Quality Assurance in the Planned and Systematic Pattern of Software Development Process: A Novel Study
Software quality is a composite work and can be enriched by high level analysis, design structure, encoding, testing to be followed with a properly structured FTR and corrective action. This has become a conventional practice. New voices are being heard that quality principles can be factored into a model and that can turn out a broad spectrum of indices and metrics. In turn these indices and metrics can measure either explicitly or implicitly the quality of the software. Variations in turning out finely designed product eat into the vitals of quality content. Control over quality is ensured by setting in motion a chain of inspections reviews and tests that verify that each section of the working module functionally meets its assigned task.