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Lect 3 Quality and Productivity Factors

Lect 3 Quality and Productivity Factors

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Mr. D.K.Bhawnani, Lecturer (CSE) BIT
Quality and ProductivityQuality and ProductivityFactors during SoftwareFactors during SoftwareDevelopmentDevelopment
 
Mr. D.K.Bhawnani, Lecturer (CSE) BIT
Quality & Productivity FactorsQuality & Productivity Factors
Following are the factors that affect the quality and productivity Following are the factors that affect the quality and productivity 1) Individual ability 1) Individual ability10) Problem understandin10) Problem understanding 2) Team communication2) Team communication11) Stability of requirements11) Stability of requirements3) Product complexity 3) Product complexity12) Required skills12) Required skills4) Appropriate notations4) Appropriate notations13) Facilities and resources13) Facilities and resources5) Systematic approaches5) Systematic approaches 14) Adequacy of training 14) Adequacy of training 6) Controlling changes6) Controlling changes15) Management skills15) Management skills7) Level of technology 7) Level of technology16) Appropriate goals16) Appropriate goals8) Required reliability 8) Required reliability17) Rising expectations17) Rising expectations9) Available time9) Available time
 
Mr. D.K.Bhawnani, Lecturer (CSE) BIT
1) Individual ability 1) Individual ability 
Production and maintenance of software is aProduction and maintenance of software is alabor intensive activity. So these factors arelabor intensive activity. So these factors aredirect functions of individual ability and effort.direct functions of individual ability and effort. There are two aspects to ability  There are two aspects to ability a) The general competence of the individual anda) The general competence of the individual andb) Familiarity with the particular applicationb) Familiarity with the particular applicationarea.area.

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