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Gary Born ; Systems Designers plc, Software Technology Centre, Camberley, UK

In this paper a number of methods for controlling quality are introduced and discussed. Chief among these is a model called the quality cycle. The model is used to illustrate requirements selection and specification, reviewing procedures, life cycle development and change control. It is also a basis for balancing quality with budget and time scale constraints on a project. The paper concludes with a discussion of quality management and of quality support activities: standards, training and staff motivation.

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Software Engineering Journal  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 1 )