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Some practical experience with a software quality assurance program

By G. G. Gustafson, Roberta J. Kerr

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 25 No. 1, Pages 4-12
10.1145/358315.358388


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Within a production programming environment, a software quality assurance program (QAP) was instituted to produce standards, conventions, and methodologies for all phases of the software development process. Software language standards and several support processors, in turn, developed. The authors offer a plan which may help others avoid some of the pitfalls they experienced while attempting to construct a meaningful software QAP.

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