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Gap Analysis

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a gap analysis for finding gap of CMMI level achiement.
a gap analysis for finding gap of CMMI level achiement.

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Of For CMM Level
Subject:Software Quality Engineering
Submitted To:Muhammad RamzanSubmitted By:Muhammad Husnain
(187 MSSE)
Abdul Rahman
(185MSSE)
I
NTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY, ISLAMABADFACULTY OF BASIC & APPLIED SCIENCESDEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
 
Dedication
This whole work is dedicated to
Our Parents
AndSpecially
Our Teacher
Who gave us this idea of practical work 
 
Introduction
The
Capability Maturity Model
(
CMM
) is a
 process
capability maturity modelwhich aids in the definition and understanding of an organization's
 processes
. The CMMwas originally intended as a tool for objectively assessing the ability of governmentcontractors'
 processes
to perform a contracted software project. Though it comes from thearea of software development, it can be (and has been and still is being) applied as agenerally applicable model to assist in understanding the process capability maturity of organizations in diverse areas. For example, software engineering, system engineering, project management, software maintenance, risk management, system acquisition,information technology (IT), personnel management. It has been used extensively for avionics software and government projects around the world. The CMM involves thefollowing aspects:
Maturity Levels:
A number of levels in a discipline which gives continuous process improvement and optimization of organization.
 Key Process Areas:
A Key Process Area (KPA) identifies a cluster of relatedactivities that, when performed collectively, achieve a set of goals consideredimportant.
Goals:
The goals of a key process area summarize the states that must exist for that key process area to have been implemented in an effective and lasting way.The extent to which the goals have been accomplished is an indicator of howmuch capability the organization has established at that maturity level. The goalssignify the scope, boundaries, and intent of each key process area.
Common Features:
Common features include practices that implement andinstitutionalize a key process area. There are five types of common features:Commitment to Perform, Ability to Perform, Activities Performed, Measurementand Analysis, and Verifying Implementation.
 Key Practices:
The key practices describe the elements of infrastructure and practice that contribute most effectively to the implementation andinstitutionalization of the KPAs.

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