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ISO/IEC 25012 Software Engineering: Software Product Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE)—Data quality model.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: The Analysis and Proposed Modifications to ISO/IEC 25030—Software Engineering—Software Quality Requirements and Evaluation—Quality Requirements

    AUTHORS: Karen Mou Kui, Khaled Ben Ali, Witold Suryn

    KEYWORDS: System/Software Quality, System/Software Quality Requirements, Software Quality Engineer, Specification Process, ISO/IEC 25030, ISO/IEC 25000 SQuaRE

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol.9 No.4, April 22, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The quality of the software product is a crucial factor that contributes to its success. Therefore, it is important to specify the right software quality requirements that will establish the basis for desired quality of the final system/software product. There are several known methodologies/ processes that support the specification of the system/software functional requirements starting from the user needs to finally obtain the system requirements that the developers can implement through their development process. System/software quality requirements are interdependent with functional requirements, which means that the system/software quality requirements are meant to be specified in parallel with the latter. The ISO/IEC 25000 [1] SQuaRE series of standards include the standard ISO/IEC 25030—Software engineering—Software Quality Requirements and Evaluation—Quality requirements [2], which has as main goal to help specify software quality requirements. As to date, this standard does not offer clear and concise steps that a software quality engineer could follow in order to specify them. This article presents modifications recommended for ISO/IEC 25030 standard, with, among the others, a new requirements definition process that allows for specifying the system/software quality requirements taking into account the existing published system and software quality model ISO/IEC 25010 [3] as well as all the stake- holders of the project.