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Adriano Comai
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ISO 25010

 

ISO 25010, "Systems and software engineering - System and software quality models" was published in March 2011.

The ISO 25010 standard defines 2 broad non-functional categories of requirements, "Quality in use" and "Product quality", articulated in 13 characteristics, many of which are further subdivided into sub-characteristics. This new standard replaces the previous ISO 9126 standard, heavily used both in requirements management and in testing.

To find out more, see my pdf presentation.

This entry was published on Jan 20, 2012 / Adriano Comai. Posted in Requirements Analysis (BABOK KA) , Requirements Management and Communication (BABOK KA), Testing & Quality Assurance (QA). Bookmark the Permalink or E-mail it to a friend.
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