AJOR  Vol.3 No.3 , May 2013
Three Dimensional Integrated Value Models Based on ISO/IEC9126 System Quality Model
Author(s) Kazuhiro Esaki
ABSTRACT
When introduce a distribution system, it is necessary performing an assessment of system quality generally to evaluate the characteristic of system from candidates targeted product for the purchase and evaluating the superiority and inferiority. The general quality assessment for the system is performed by the integration test based on the quality requirements of the customer till now. But, it is very difficult to perform the integration test completely, because the system testing may depend on the individual person’s high skill and experiences. Recently, the method of the quantitative quality requirements and evaluation based on the ISO/IEC9126 quality model is widely recognized for the purpose of a quality evaluation and improvement of the system product. In the precedent study, I have performed the confirmation of the method of evaluation for the system quality from the viewpoint of six quality characteristics included in the quality model defined in ISO/IEC9126, and the effectiveness of whose quality model could have confirmed quantitatively and statistically. However, it is very difficult to assess superiority and inferiority of the system totally even if evaluating the quality of the distribution system from the viewpoint of six quality characteristics for a customer individually. Therefore, if we could display total quality of the target system visually, we could evaluate and compare the total quality of system objectively and intuitively. Based on these assumptions, in this paper, we propose the concept and effectiveness of the “Three Dimensional Integrated Value Model” based on the result of precedent study about six quality characteristics.


Cite this paper
K. Esaki, "Three Dimensional Integrated Value Models Based on ISO/IEC9126 System Quality Model," American Journal of Operations Research, Vol. 3 No. 3, 2013, pp. 342-349. doi: 10.4236/ajor.2013.33031.
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