SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PERFORMANCE AND QUALITY ASSESSMENT BY TRIZ
This paper shows the innovative concept of how software engineering activity performance and quality assessment can be done. To be successful in delivering the software services/products, we should have some kind of measurements about the ongoing productivity and the current status. To achieve this, we have used the substance-field model and 76 inventive standard of TRIZ. Also, we have described how to visualize the activities through dashboards by KPIs (Key Performance Indexes) to be able to take some important timely decisions that help deliver the services/products on time. All this was done gathering the complexity of each individual activity and time information from various information sources. In this context, we must insist that there are some specialties that impact software engineering, particularly internet advertisement services. Therefore, we would like to clarify the necessity of having the TRIZ approach in empowering the productivity of our engineers in software engineering for software quality assessment.
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