Software Development Top Models, Risks Control and Effect on Product Quality

Software Development Top Models, Risks Control and Effect on Product Quality

Author by Dr. Oluwaseun Ebiesuwa

Journal/Publisher: Global Journal Of Computer Science And Technology

Volume/Edition: 17

Language: English

Pages: 35 - 46

Abstract

In recent time, considerable efforts have been made
to improve the quality of software development process and
subsequently the end product. One of such efforts is finding a
way to avoid or prevent risks in the overall process; and where
or when it is not possible to prevent, risk alleviation readily
comes handy.
Seve ral problem solving methods such as six
thinking hat, risk table, and riskit analysis graph (RAG) applied
along with generic models such as spiral, waterfall,
prototyping and extreme programming have been used in the
past to prevent risk and enhances both delivery time and
product quality.
Howeve r, some gaps were identified in the earlier
works done in this area and in the generic models designed
for evaluating and controlling risks prompting the development
of modern ones.
Hence, this work tries to investigate different types of
risks and risk management models, leaning on the gaps in
research; it attempts to create a framework for better risk
prediction and alleviation with the aim of enhancing delivery
time and product quality. To enhance good understanding and
reading of the work, it has been structured into different
sections. It concludes on some recommendations for future
research in this paradigm.


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