Zero-defect software is the Holy Grail of all software developers. It has proved to be an elusive goal - until now. The Inspection techniques illustrated in this book have brought clear benefits in terms of lower (or even zero) defects, higher productivity, better project tracking and improved documentation.
Foreword Preface 1 The Historical Background of Inspection and Comparison with Other Methods
The Benefits and Costs of Inspection
Overview of Software Inspection
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