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QA 2: Assessment Preparation  

  QS2 - Prüfungsvorbereitung

Contents  
  • Product Flow
  • Handling
  • Roles
  •  
  • Sub-activities
  • Tools Requirements
  • External Norms
  • Product Flow

    From Product to Methods Tool Req. Ext. Norms
    Activity State Chapter Title Activity State
    SD2
    SD4-SW
    accepted/
    being proc.
    Existing Integration Plan - -      
    QA1 accepted All QA Plan - -    
    SD accepted All Products containing the Quality Requirements - -    
    QA1 being proc. Existing Assessment Plan QA3
    QA4
    accepted    
    - - All Assessment Specification QA3
    QA4
    accepted BBTD
    FMEA (1)
    WBTD
     
    - - All Assessment Procedure QA4 accepted    

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    Handling

    Figure 5.5

    Figure 5.5: QA2 - Assessment Preparation

    The Assessment Plan is agreed on and accepted by the QA Manager and the project management.

    The marginal conditions relevant for the generation of the Assessment Specification and the Assessment Procedure are defined in the QA Plan and in the Assessment Plan.

    Assessment Specification and Assessment Procedure are submitted within the scope of this activity and then released by the QA Manager after the corresponding control. The personnel separation between the developer and the staff member in charge of the release must be taken into consideration.

    Roles

    Role Participation
    QA Manager responsible (QA2.1, QA2.2, QA2.3, QA2.4)

    Sub-activities

    QA2.1 - Definition of Assessment Methods and Criteria ,
    QA2.2 - Definition of Assessment Environment ,
    QA2.3 - Definition of Test Cases ,
    QA2.4 - Generation of Assessment Procedure

    Tools Requirements

    Being defined

    External Norms

    Being defined
    Notes:

    (1) Method FMEA is to be applied in case where reliability requirements are high.

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