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Quality control within an expert system prototype development

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2 Author(s)
Flauto, P. ; Crisalide Res. Center, Datitalia Processing SpA, Napoli, Italy ; Musella, S.

A large number of companies waste a huge amount of time and financial resources because of low quality software. Large cash flow expenses are targeted to error recovery activities which software products are exposed to (including last marketed products). In order to bypass such an operative status, production managers must be committed to establish, in their own departments, an actual quality culture. Quality check process guidelines for conventional (procedural) software system have already been drawn and they are followed by most of the leading informatics companies. It's interesting to experience the quality control process within innovative technology based projects (expert systems, multimedia systems, simulators, and others) and verify their results. In this paper are introduced techniques and quality control methods used during the development phase of an expert system prototype known as Hydronet

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Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, 1992. Proceedings., Fourth International Conference on

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15-20 Jun 1992