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The XYZ Corporation is developing software for Tom and Sue s Bed and Breakfast Inn. This software is intended to maintain reservation information and help in monitoring expenses and pro ts. This SQA plan is for version 1.0 to be delivered to Tom and Sue by November 1. This SQA plan covers the development life cycle of the complete system from requirements speci cation through software testing.
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Statement of Work, version B&RSOW1.0 dated 1/1 XYZ Corporation Coding Standards, version 4.6, dated 7/8/95
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3.1 Organization Project lead (Tom) Development group (Bill, Jane, Fred) SQA group (John) 3.2 Tasks Requirements analysis and speci cation Project planning Cost estimation Architectural design Low-level design Implementation Testing Project monitoring Inspections Reviews Documentation 3.3 Responsibilities Project Lead Tom Responsibilities: Project planning, cost estimation, project monitoring, approvals of all summary reports and plans Requirements Lead Bill Responsibilities: Requirements analysis and speci cation Team members: Jane, Fred Design Jane Responsibilities: Architectural design Implementation Lead Jane Responsibilities: Low-level design and implementation Team members: Fred, Bill Test Lead Bill Responsibilities: All testing and test reports Team members: Fred Documentation Jane Responsibilities: User manual
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SQA John Responsibilities: Conduct of all reviews, walk-throughs, and inspections, review of all documents and reports, tracking of all problem reports, and submission of weekly problem report
Section 4. Documentation
Software Requirements Speci cation Software Design Using UML and OCL Software Test Plan Software Test Report User Manual Each document will be reviewed in the draft version and inspected in the nal version. The SQA lead (John) will be responsible for conducting all reviews and inspections.
Section 5. Standards, Practices, Conventions, and Metrics
XYZ Corporation Coding Standards will be used. The SQA team will conduct inspections of all code to ensure compliance. The compliance report will be submitted to the project lead. Unadjusted function points will be counted on all components. LOC will be counted on all classes.
Section 6. Reviews and Audits
The following reviews will be done. The SQA lead will conduct each review and submit the report to the project lead for approval. Reviews: Software Requirements Preliminary Design Review Walk-Throughs of Each Class Design Code Inspections
Section 7. Test
Testing will be accomplished according to a test plan to be developed by the SQA team and approved by the project lead.
Section 8. Problem Reporting
All problems will be reported to the appropriate lead. If appropriate, the lead will submit a problem report to the SQA lead, who will enter the problem report into the problem tracking system. Resolution of the problem will be reported to the SQA lead. A weekly problem tracking report will be submitted to the project lead.
Section 9. Tools, Techniques and Methodologies
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Section 10. Code Control
The XYZ Corporation con guration management system will be used.
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Section 11. Media Control
Section 12. Supplier Control (for outsourcing)
Section 13. Records Collection, Maintenance, and Retention
Section 14. Training
Section 15. Risk Management
N/A 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. As shown in Fig. 7-3, plotting error rate versus error number shows an intercept about 6. Thus, there are 4 errors left in the system.
0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Series 1
Fig. 7-3. Error rate versus error number.
As shown in Fig. 7-4, plotting error rates versus time elapsed shows an intercept around 29 to 30. Thus, it should take about 20 more units to completely remove the errors.
0.3 0.25 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 Series 1
Fig. 7-4.
Error rate versus time elapsed.
Requirements
8.1 Introduction
The goal of the requirements phase is to elicit the requirements from the user. This is usually achieved by the development of diagrams and the requirement speci cation after discussions with the user. The user then reviews the diagrams and speci cation to determine if the software developer has understood the requirements. Thus, it is essential that the diagrams and speci cations communicate back to the user the essential aspects required of the software to be produced. The following sections describe the diagrams and requirement speci cation that are useful in achieving this communication.
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