A Systematic Mapping Review of Software Quality Measurement: Research Trends, Model, and Method

Tenia Wahyuningrum, Khabib Mustofa


Software quality is a key for the success in the business of information and technology. Hence, before be marketed, it needs the software quality measurement to fulfill the user requirements.  Some methods of the software quality analysis have been tested in a different perspective, and we have presented the software method in the point of view of users and experts. This study aims to map the method of software quality measurement in any models of quality. Using the method of Systematic Mapping Study, we did a searching and filtering of papers using the inclusion and exclusion criteria. 42 relevant papers have been obtained then. The result of the mapping showed that though the model of ISO SQuaRE has been widely used since the last five years and experienced the dynamics, the researchers in Indonesia still used ISO9126 until the end of 2016.The most commonly used method of the software quality measurement Method is the empirical method, and some researchers have done an AHP and Fuzzy approach in measuring the software quality.


software quality model, systematic mapping study, usability evaluation method,

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v7i5.pp2847-2854

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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