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TOPIC: Custom-coded trick to avoid extra quality assessment

Custom-coded trick to avoid extra quality assessment 2 months 2 weeks ago #71

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Hi all!

I have implemented a Correctness custom-coded metric that takes the result of two Attribute metrics and return a combined quality result.

In this case, I don't want to have those Attribute metrics enable anymore. However, they MUST be enabled in order to get the results by the custom-coded metric. This means that they will display the quality value (HIGH, MEDIUM or LOW) and their results will be involved in the total Correctness assessment for each requirement.

There are three tricks to avoid this situation:

  1. Change the quality function of the Attibute metrics to only show HIGH quality, no matter the actual result (this means only one quality range in each metric). Thus, they will only show HIGH quality and never LOW quality, and your custom-coded metric will be the only one to handle the quality using their results.

  2. Leave the quality function of the metrics as they are, and just change the weight of those metrics to 0. They will still show LOW quality but the result won’t be involved in the total Correctness result at all.

  3. Solution 1 and 2 simultaneously. So, no LOW quality and results not involved in the total Correctness result.

Cheers! B)
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