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Software Quality Assurance
From Theory to Implementation
Software quality assurance (SQA) is becoming increasingly important to the software and the electronics industries as software systems become more complex and integrative. This book is designed to serve the three audiences who will be facing the SQA challenge: students at universities and colleges, participants in vocational training courses and software development and maintenance practitioners/professionals.
The book is a product of the author¿s many years of consulting and teaching experience.
Dr Daniel Galin currently serves as Head of Information Systems Studies, the Ruppin Academic Center. In addition to his many papers, Dr Galin has also authored several books on the analysis and design of information systems as well as co-authoring (with Dr Z. Bluvband) a book on software quality assurance in Hebrew. His professional experience includes numerous consulting projects in software quality assurance and information systems design for major Israeli firms. He received his BSc, MSc and DSc from the Faculty of Industrial and Management Engineering of the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.