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Research Article

Software quality models: Exploratory review

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  • @ARTICLE{10.4108/eetsis.3982,
        author={Lloy Pinedo and Miguel Valles-Coral and Jorge Raul Navarro-Cabrera and Richard Injante and \^{A}ngel C\^{a}rdenas-Garc\^{\i}a and Fernando Ruiz-Saavedra and Cecilia Garc\^{\i}a-Rivas-Plata and C\^{e}sar Augusto Flores-Tananta},
        title={Software quality models: Exploratory review},
        journal={EAI Endorsed Transactions on Scalable Information Systems},
        volume={10},
        number={6},
        publisher={EAI},
        journal_a={SIS},
        year={2023},
        month={9},
        keywords={product quality, quality of use, quality standards, software development, systematic review},
        doi={10.4108/eetsis.3982}
    }
    
  • Lloy Pinedo
    Miguel Valles-Coral
    Jorge Raul Navarro-Cabrera
    Richard Injante
    Ángel Cárdenas-García
    Fernando Ruiz-Saavedra
    Cecilia García-Rivas-Plata
    César Augusto Flores-Tananta
    Year: 2023
    Software quality models: Exploratory review
    SIS
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eetsis.3982
Lloy Pinedo1,*, Miguel Valles-Coral1, Jorge Raul Navarro-Cabrera1, Richard Injante1, Ángel Cárdenas-García1, Fernando Ruiz-Saavedra1, Cecilia García-Rivas-Plata2, César Augusto Flores-Tananta3
  • 1: Universidad Nacional de San Martin
  • 2: Universidad Nacional José María Arguedas
  • 3: Universidad César Vallejo
*Contact email: lpinedo@unsm.edu.pe

Abstract

INTRODUCTION: The emerging industrialization of software promotes the continuous development of new evaluation models that adapt to the product's characteristics and the organizations' needs. OBJECTIVES: This article aims to identify the software quality models proposed between 2016 and 2020. METHODS: We conducted an exploratory systematic review in the SciELO, IEEE Xplore, and Scopus databases, resulting in 14 research papers proposing new models for assessing software quality. RESULTS: 79% of the research papers were extracted from IEEE Xplore, and 50% of them were authored by individuals affiliated with European institutions. We presented various software quality models focused on assessing both product quality and usability for specific purposes. Additionally, we reported that the proposed models are based on common software quality metrics standards such as CMMI, ISO/IEC 9126, and others. CONCLUSION: The review serves to update the state of the art regarding the software quality models proposed in recent years, which will be valuable for researchers and software developers when seeking evaluation models that align with their specific needs.