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QUIMERA - Toward an Unifying Quality Metamodel

Abstract : Different quality metamodels and quality models exist in both Information Systems, Software Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction. Some of these models are oriented to evaluating source code or final products and not models or modeling activities. Others simply don't deal with evaluation aspects (evaluation methods, results...) or they just miss the different quality perspectives. To cover these aspects, we propose QUIMERA, a quality metamodel for unifying both Software Engineering and Human Computer Interaction quality requirements. This paper illustrates QUIMERA on two case studies, representing quality models for Human-Computer Interaction and for an Information Systems.
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Alfonso Garcia Frey, Eric Céret, Sophie Dupuy-Chessa, Gaëlle Calvary. QUIMERA - Toward an Unifying Quality Metamodel. INFORSID 2011, May 2011, Lille, France. ⟨hal-00761092⟩



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