Engineering the Evaluation Approach to Fit Different Web Project and Organization Needs

  • Luis Olsina
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 7387)


Web applications, among other software entities, and their quality evaluation has been the subject of abundant research; however, open issues still remain. This tutorial discusses a general measurement and evaluation approach which is based on both a quality modeling framework and strategies. An evaluation strategy is in turn grounded on three principles namely: a conceptual framework, a well-established process, and methods/tools. The illustrated evaluation approach allows instantiating evaluation strategies –reusing these three principles- to engineering different organization-level information needs.


Evaluation Approach Requirement Engineer Engineer Journal Real Case Study Software Entity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Luis Olsina
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  1. 1.GIDIS_Web, Engineering SchoolUniversidad Nacional de La PampaArgentina

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