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posted on 2021-07-10, 07:15 authored by TAMEEM HEZAMTAMEEM HEZAM
Abstract—Evaluating software is a complex decision-making activity that necessitates the recognition of the problem situation in which the evaluation is requested, the creation of a set of problem formulations that represent the client’s "problems," and the construction of an evaluation model that indicates how such an evaluation will be performed for each problem formulation.
The first two aspects of such a procedure are covered in this work, which includes a partial list of software evaluation problem scenarios, how they are classified, and what issue formulations they permit. Furthermore, two real-life software evaluation case studies are briefly given and discussed from this perspective (how the problem is perceived and formulated).