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Answer / prabha
these r standards (or) certification of organizations:
SIE/CMMi->Software Eng. Institute/capability Maturity Model
(Carnegie Melon University).it follows 24 kpa...means 24
rules.it is for any kind of department or company.
PCMM-> People Capability Maturity Model.(only for
department like HR etc.)
Six Sigma->Zero defect orientation.e.g motorola
TMM-> Test Maturity model(only for testing team)
CMM->it follows 18 kpa
CMM Level 5-optimizing.
level 1-initial(no rules)
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Answer / mohan shyam
CMMi stands for Capability Maturity Model Integration. Here
Achieving Quality with the help of Integration is required.
CMMp stands for Capability Maturity Model Planning. here
Configuration Management Master Plan is implemented for
achieving high quality software.
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Answer / ravikanth
CMMI statnds for Capability Maturity Model Integration is
an advanced version CMM
CMMP stands for condensed matter and material physics owned
by private company in aproduction they followes ISO
standards for production with some other alterd Quality
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