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Chapter 29 Assessing Requirements  Quality in Iterative  Development    
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What is Software Project Quality? The characteristic of having demonstrated the  achievement of producing a product that meets  or exceeds agreed-on requirements—as  measured by agreed-on measures and criteria— and that is produced by an agreed-on process.
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Software Project Quality Quality is not simply "meeting requirements“ Quality also includes  Identifying the measures and criteria to demonstrate  the achievement of quality These include process and project measures such as time to  market; overall budget adherence; and scope of team,  project, and company investment.  Implementation of a process and execution of a  project to ensure the product created by the process  has achieved the desired result. 
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Assessing Quality in Iterative  Development
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