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Quality-Aware Rapid Software Development (Q-RAPIDS)

Total activity: 3
Type of activity
Competitive project
Acronym
Q-RAPIDS
Funding entity
Commission of European Communities
Funding entity code
H2020-732253-Q-RAPIDS
Amount
748.125,00 €
Start date
2016-11-01
End date
2019-10-31
URL
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Abstract
Context. Software quality is an essential competitive factor for the success of IT companies nowadays. Recent technological breakthroughs such as cloud technologies, the emergence of IoT and technologies such as 5¬G, pose demanding quality challenges in software development.

Problem. Optimal software quality asks for the appropriate integration of quality requirements (QRs) in the software life-cycle.However, software development methodologies still provide limited support to QR management which is utterly important in rapid software development processes (RSDP): faster and more frequent release cycles should not compromise software quality.

Concept. Q-Rapids defines an empirical-based, data-driven quality-aware rapid software development methodology. QRs are incrementally elicited and refined based on data gathered both during development and at runtime. This data is elaborated into quality-related key indicators presented to decision makers through a strategic dashboard with advanced capabilities. Selected QRs are integrated with functional requirements for their unified treatment in the RSDP.

Outcome. A TRL7 validated Q-Rapids framework, including cutting-edge tools and methods to smartly manage QRs along with functional requirements in a similar rapid and holistic manner.

Impact. Increase of software quality levels through continuous data gathering and analysis. Significant productivity increase to the software life-cycle by means of smooth and tool-supported integration of QRs in the RSDP. Shorter time to market due to reduction of quality-related maintenance efforts and more informed decision making in the planning of release cycles. Impact will be measured through 11 project indicators with defined target values.

Consortium. 3 research organisations,1 SME, 2 mid-caps and 1 corporative with balanced geographical distribution. The consortium combines long research tradition in software development and cutting-edge technological knowhow in versatile ICT sectors
Scope
Europa
Plan
HORIZON 2020 (2014-2020)
Call year
2016
Funcding program
Pilar Reptes Socials
Funding subprogram
SC7. Societats segures: protegint la llibertat i la seguretat d'Europa i dels seus ciutadans
Funding call
Disaster-resilience: safeguarding and securing society, including adapting to climate change
Grant institution
European Commission

Participants

Scientific and technological production

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