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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 13)
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A New Model for Software Engineering Systems Quality Improvement

Ahmad A. Al-Rababah, Taghreed AlTamimi and Najat Shalash
Corresponding Author:  Ahmad A. Al-Rababah 

Key words:  Multimedia technology, quality improvement, software process model, software quality, software systems, ,
Vol. 7 , (13): 2724-2728
Submitted Accepted Published
September 09, 2013 October 03, 2013 April 05, 2014
Abstract:

In the continuing effort to improve the system analysis and design process, several different approaches have been developed. This study will propose a new process methodology solves some problems in traditional system development methodologies it will study the strength and limitation of existing system development methodologies from traditional waterfall to iterative model including (Prototyping, Spiral, Rapid Application Development, XP and RUP) to Agility. Propose a new methodology focus on produce a high quality product and suitable for all kind of project. Compare the new methodology with others to view some features that is differentiating it from previous methodologies.
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Ahmad A. Al-Rababah, Taghreed AlTamimi and Najat Shalash, 2014. A New Model for Software Engineering Systems Quality Improvement.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(13): 2724-2728.
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