6. The Software Development Process - Evaluation

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6. The Software Development Process - Evaluation

  1. 1. Evaluation
  2. 2. Evaluation The evaluation stage of the software development process requires the client and developer to review the software. Broadly speaking, they evaluate against the following questions: 1. Does this software meet the user requirements? 2. Is it fit for purpose?
  3. 3. Evaluation - criteria To answer these questions, the original aims of the software must be evaluated against the following criteria. 1. Robustness 2. Reliability 3. Portability 4. Efficiency 5. Maintainability
  4. 4. Evaluation - when The software should be evaluated by client and developer at all stages in the process, not just when the software is complete. e.g.  How well the client’s problem has been understood should be evaluated at the analysis stage  The HCI should be evaluated at the design stage

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