IEEE Std 1028:2008 pdf free download

IEEE Std 1028:2008 pdf free download

IEEE Std 1028:2008 pdf free download.IEEE Standard for Software Reviews and Audits.
3.3 inspection: A visual cxamination of a software product to detect and identify software anomalies,
including errors and deviations from standards and specifications.
NOTE— Inspections are peer exaininations led by impartial facilitators who are trained in inspection techniques. Deteniunation of remedial or investigative action for an anomaly is a mandatory element of a software inspection. although the solution should not be detennined in the inspection meeting.
3.4 management review: A systematic evaluation of a software product or process performed by or on
behalf of management that monitors progress, determines the status of plans and schedules, confirms requirements and their system allocation, or evaluates the etTectiveness of management approaches used to achieve fitness for purpose.
3.5 review: A process or meeting during which a software product, set of software products, or a software process is presented to project personnel. managers, users, customers, user representatives, auditors or other interested parties for examination, comment or approval.
3.6 softss are product: (A) A complete set of computer programs. procedures. and associated
documentation and data. (B) One or more of the individual items in (A).
3.7 technical review: A systematic evaluation of a software product by a team of qualified personnel that examines the suitability of the software product for its intended use and identifies discrepancies from specifications and standards.
NOTE Technical reviews may also provide recommendations of alternatives and examination of various alternatives.
3.S walk-through: A static analysis technique in which a designer or programmer leads members of the development team and other interested parties through a software product. and the participants ask questions and make comments about possible anomalies, violation of development standards, and other problcms
4. Management reviews
4.1 Introduction to management reviews
The purpose of a management review is to monitor progress, determine the status of plans and schedules, or evaluate the effectiveness of management approaches used to achieve fitness for purpose. Management reviews support decisions about corrective actions, changes in the allocation of resources, or changes to the scope of the project.
Management reviews identify consistency with and deviations from plans. or adequacies and inadequacies of management procedures. Technical knowledge may be necessary to conduct a successful management review. The examination may require more than one meeting. The examination need not address all aspects of the software product or process.
Examples of software products subject to management review include, but arc not limited to. the following:
— Anomaly reports
— Audit reports
— Hackup and recovery plans.