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Trustworthy software is reliable, safe, secure, maintainable, and responsive to its buyers and users. Sadly, it's also the exception, not the rule. But if you look beyond the boundaries of the software industry, you'll find proven techniques for making all kinds of products and systems trustworthy. They're called the Taguchi Methods, and you may be surprised how valuable they can be in software development.
In this book, two leading software quality experts show how to leverage Taguchi and related techniques to finally prevent bugs -- instead of paying through the nose to find and fix them. You'll find chapter-length coverage of software quality metrics and the financial implications of trustworthy software; detailed tools and techniques for designing software that reflects the customer's "voice"; and comprehensive guidance on applying these techniques. You'll also find some very wise thinking on succeeding with trustworthy software initiatives in your organization. Bill Camarda, from the December 2006 Read Only