This book describes the statistical techniques currently available for managing and controlling the quality of software during specification, design, production and maintenance. Intended for both practitioners and students of software engineering, Statistical Methods for Software Quality should serve as an invaluable resource for anyone interested in improving quality in the software development process.
Key features include a distinctive practical approach to the subject of statistical techniques in software measurement, with real-world case studies from industry and useful examples of generating charts and graphs; coverage of statistical theory that is comprehensible to those with a minimum of mathematical knowledge; unique guidelines for applying statistical techniques to software development, which help readers develop their own methods; an effective strategy for implementing statistical methods, including choosing people, planning a project and measuring success; and coverage of new trends in the field such as maturity measurement, process improvement, statistical control and metrication (process and product).
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Book Description Coriolis Group, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11185032171X