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A large number of definitions of quality attributes exist in literature. For example, maintainability, flexibility, and modifiability definitions are described as follows . “Maintainability is a set of attributes that have a bearing on the effort needed to make specified modifications” . Corrections, improvements or adaptations of software to changes in environment, requirements and functional specification are part of maintainability. “Modifiability is the ability to make changes quickly and cost effectively” .
Three aspects we will discuss for software quality which are functional quality, structural quality and process quality. Figure 6. Software quality A. Functional quality Software functional quality is based on functional requirements or specification. This phase is meeting with specific requirements to achieve the goal in development process.  B.
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