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At first let's look at the definition of functional requirement term from ISO/IEC 27000:2014 standard: functional requirement requirement that specifies a function that a system or system component must be able to perform — So functional requirements are what software should do. Then, coming back to functional suitability degree to which a ...


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Functional Suitability This characteristic represents the degree to which a product or system provides functions that meet stated and implied needs when used under specified conditions. This characteristic is composed of the following sub characteristics: Functional completeness. Degree to which the set of functions covers all the specified tasks and user ...


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You can think of a product as someone's attempt to satisfy a list of requirements. Ideally, those requirements are someone's attempt to solve an actual problem. From a myopic point of view, QA is about verifying that a product satisfies requirements. But the definition quoted in the question points to a deeper definition of quality: whether a product ...


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In general, a test case is a pair of an input and an expected output (or as many books say, it mostly has just a single step: do sth and check it). A test case or a simply "a test" is an experiment we run in order to reveal some information about a product or service. one often has to follow certain actions/steps Only if you are taking the ...


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Software quality analyst is responsible for applying the principles and practices of software quality assurance throughout the software development life cycle. Some of the tasks of software quality analysts are:[citation needed] Participate in QMS management review meetings. Approves the QMS documents of which QA manager is the main author. Undertake ...


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To put it simple: QA is a process-oriented activity - evaluation, review and improvement of processes across the software development life cycle. Better processes=>better product (quality). QC (Quality Control) is product-oriented and involves dynamic testing and static techniques such as reviews, inspections etc. Products are e.g. specifications, design ...



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