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Develop Section 3 and Section 8 of an SQA plan for a software development project. Assume a project manager named Bill; an external test team consisting of Tina, the leader, Donna, and Helen; a separate configuration management (CM) group consisting of Mike, Sam, and Joe; and a separate external quality assurance (QA) team consisting of John and James. See Fig. 7-1.
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Section 3 3.1 Organization 3.2 Tasks All documents will be reviewed. A configuration management tool will manage all documents and source code modules. All test plans will be done during the
CHAPTER 7 Software Quality Assurance
requirements phase and include an adequate number of test cases. Formal inspections will be conducted at the end of each phase. 3.3 Responsibilities The project team is responsible for all development, including requirements, design, and implementation. The project team produces the test plan as part of the requirements. They are also responsible for all documentation, including the user manuals and training documents. The test team is responsible for testing the base-lined version of the source code. The test team will use the test plan developed during requirements. Additional test cases will be developed to satisfy every-statement coverage of the code. Any discrepancies in the test plan and/or requirements or testing will be reported to the overall manager. The configuration management team will be responsible for accepting software configuration items and assigning version numbers. The quality assurance team will be responsible for overseeing all reviews, walkthroughs, and inspections. The QA team will track all problem reports. Section 8 All problems identified outside of the development unit must be reported to the QA team for assignment of a problem report number. The manager of each team will approve the corrections of problem reports assigned to that team. The QA team will be responsible for tracking all problems and weekly reporting to the overall manager.
Review Questions
1. What are the di erences between reviews and formal technical reviews 2. How can you evaluate a checklist 3. What revisions to a checklist should be done 4. What factors in uence the e ectiveness of a formal technical review 5. How is the e ectiveness of a formal technical review measured 6. What happens if a producer cannot resolve an issue 7. What happens if one or more members of the inspection team disagree with the majority 8. If an honest die is rolled 5 times, what is the probability of not seeing a 6 in any of the rolls 9. If an honest die is rolled 5 times, what is the probability of seeing a 6 on at least one of the rolls
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Problems
1. Build a checklist for reviewing C code. 2. Build a checklist for reviewing software designs. 3. Draw a process model for a formal inspection. 4. Assuming that the tests are representative of the operational situation, calculate the reliability of a software system that has had 10 errors in 200 test cases. 5. Assume that FTR technique A requires 2 hours/KLOC preparation and allots 1 hour/KLOC review time and FTR technique B requires 1 hour/KLOC preparation time and 4 hours/KLOC review time. Also assume that in a controlled experiment with the same source code, technique A nds 12 errors/KLOC and B nds 14 errors/KLOC. Compare the two techniques for e ectiveness. 6. If the software had 5 failures in 100 tests during 10 days of testing, what would be a good estimate of the reliability of the software over the next day Week 7. Develop an SQA plan for the B&B problem ( 4, Problem 3). 8. Error 1 occurred after 4 days, and error 2 occurred 5 days later. Plot the error rate versus error number graph and the error rate versus time graph, and estimate the number of errors in the system and the time to remove all the errors.
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