Changes between Version 37 and Version 38 of DeveloperGuidelines/Quality


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Timestamp:
12/29/13 23:04:49 (8 years ago)
Author:
Dominic König
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  • DeveloperGuidelines/Quality

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    165165  Generalization means to modify and/or extend the core patterns/algorithms of the solution in a way that they can be re-used in other solutions which involve the same or similar functional requirements, thereby reducing future development efforts. There is a wide range of quality attributes - "flexible", "customizable", "re-usable", "extensible", just to name a few - all of which involve different degrees of and approaches to generalization.
    166 === Standards ===
     166== Standards ==
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     168Solutions can both define or implement standards (e.g. data standards, communication protocols, taxonomies). Standard compliance can be defined as quality requirement for a solution.
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     170Standards can define additional requirements beyond the immediate requirements of the targeted problem, which must however be met in order to comply with the standard. Such additional standard requirements would usually be seen as quality requirements of level 2 "Appropriate".