Standardized Defect Statuses

Article

Brown, David L.   (2002, ASQ)   DLB Software Quality Consulting, Glastonbury, CT

International Conference on Software Quality, Ottawa, ON, Canada    Vol. 12    No. 0
QICID: 19090    October 2002    pp. 1-10
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Article Abstract

[This abstract is based on the author�s abstract.] Ambiguous and overlapping defect statuses, the stages that a defect goes through on its path to final resolution, are the cause of arguments, inefficiency, inaccuracy, and failure to handle defects properly. A solution is provided in a complete set of non-overlapping statuses and an explanation of the reasoning behind them. Valid reasons for withdrawing a defect are given and a state transition diagram of normal status changes is provided.

Keywords

Defects,Software quality,Metrics


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