Planning Verification and Validation


Planning Verification and Validation

The development of a V & V plan is essential to the success of a project. The plan must be development early in the project. Careful Planning Verification and Validation is required to get the most out of testing and inspection process. Effective V & V plan requires many considerations that are:

  1. Identification of V & V Goals:

    V & V goals must be identified from the requirements and specifications. These goals must address those attributes of the product that correspond to its user expectations.


  2. Selection of V & V Techniques:

    Specific techniques must be selected for each of the project’s evolving products.


  3. Organizational Responsibilities:

    The organizational structure of a project is a key planning consideration for project managers. An important aspect of this structure is a delegation of V & V activities to various organizations.


  4. Integrating V & V Approaches:

    Once a set of Planning Verification and Validation objectives has been identified, an overall integrated V & V approach must be determined. This approach involves the integration of techniques applicable to the various life cycle phases as a delegation of these tasks among the project’s organizations. Traditional integrated V & V approaches have followed the “Waterfall model”.


  5. Problem Tracking:

    Software V & V plan to develop a mechanism for documenting problems

  • When the problem occurred
  • Where the problem occurred
  • Evidence of the problem
  • Priority for solving problem

 

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