Measuring Process Capability

When measuring process capability, the CMMI "continuous representation" is used. In the continuous representation, each process area is assigned a capability level as follows :

Capability Level 0: Incomplete

Capability Level 1: Performed

Capability Level 2: Managed

Capability Level 3: Defined

Capability Level 4: Quantitatively Managed

Capability Level 5: Optimizing

In the CMMI continuous representation, capability level profiles are used to depict the list of process areas and their corresponding capability levels. Achievement profiles represent the current state and target profiles represent the desired state. The SCAMPI assessment method is also used for formal determination of an organization's achievement capability level profile.

What Is Software Quality?

Software Development Process Models

Fundamentals of Measurement Theory

Software Quality Metrics Overview

Applying the Seven Basic Quality Tools in Software Development

Defect Removal Effectiveness

The Rayleigh Model

Exponential Distribution and Reliability Growth Models

Quality Management Models

In-Process Metrics for Software Testing

Complexity Metrics and Models

Metrics and Lessons Learned for Object-Oriented Projects

Availability Metrics

Measuring and Analyzing Customer Satisfaction

Conducting In-Process Quality Assessments

Conducting Software Project Assessments

Dos and Donts of Software Process Improvement

Using Function Point Metrics to Measure Software Process Improvements

Concluding Remarks

A Project Assessment Questionnaire

Metrics and Models in Software Quality Engineering
Metrics and Models in Software Quality Engineering (2nd Edition)
ISBN: 0201729156
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2001
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