Quality Control is a system of routine technical activites,
to measure and control the quality of the inventory as it
is being developed.
Quality Control includes general methods such as accuracy
checks on data acquisition and calculation and the use of
approved standardised procedure for emission calculations,
measurements, estimating uncertainites, archiving
informations and reporting.
Quality Assurance: Includes a planned system of review
procedures conducted by personal not directly involved in
the development process preferably by third parties should
be performed upon the finalized inventory after the
implementation of QC Process.
Review Verify that
Data Quality objectives were met .
Quality Control refers to quality related activities
associated with the creation of project deliverables.
Quality control is used to verify that deliverables are of
acceptable quality and that they are complete and correct.
Examples of quality control activities include deliverable
peer reviews and the testing process.
Quality Assurance refers to the process used to create the
deliverables, and can be performed by a manager, client, or
even a third-party reviewer.
Which of the following is NOT included in the Test Plan
document of the Test Documentation Standard:
a) Test items (i.e. software versions)
b) What is not to be tested
c) Test environments
d) Quality plans
e) Schedules and deadlines