A Proposed Approach for Evaluating Human Management Systems using GOAL QUESTION METRIC (Cameraman Management System Case Study)
There is always a need to evaluate the programs that we have developed since developing and through the lifecycle of using them within the practicing environment. After gathering feedback from actual users, missing additional required needed items or subjects, errors or even crashing reports, we might upgrade with updated versions to an already what’s considered cutting edge software. Thus, it is essential to carry out this evaluation using GQM and some simple equations that illustrate the program.
Abdel-Rahman Mohamed, Ahmed Nour, Ahmed Samir, Ahmed El-Shiekh, Mohamed Gala, Mohamed Fawzy, Mostafa Yousif, and Wael Abbas Cameraman Management System, Faculty of Graduated Studies for Statistical Researches, Professional Diploma of Software Engineering 2021.
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