A Multi-Process Quality Model: Identification of Key Processes in the Integration Approach

Shamsul Sahibuddin ., Aedah Abd Rahman ., Suhaimi Ibrahim .


Abstract—In this paper we investigate the use of multiprocess
quality model in the adoption of process improvement
frameworks. We analyze an improvement effort based on
multiple process quality models adoption. At present, there is a
possibility of a software development organization to adopt
multi-quality and improvement models in order to remain
competitive in the IT market place. Various quality models
emerge to satisfy different improvement objective such as to
improve capability of models, quality management and serve as
IT government purpose. The heterogeneity characteristics of
the models require further research on dealing with multiple
process models at a time. We discuss on the concept of software
process and overview on software maintenance and evolution
which are important elements in the quality models. The
concepts related to process quality model and improvement
models are discussed. The research outlined in this paper shows
that software processes, maintenance, evolution, quality and
improvement have become really important in software
engineering. The synergy among the multi-focused process
quality model is examined with respect to process
improvement. The research outcome is to determine key
processes vital to the implementation of multi-process quality

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