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"quality in use" (Pronounce)
 
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(1) Usability is defined in ISO 9241-11 in a similar way to this definition of quality in use form ISO/IEC 9126-1. Quality in use may be influenced by any of the quality characteristics, and thus is broader than usability, which is hereby defined in terms of: understandability, learnability, operability, attractiveness and compliance. [ISO/IEC 9126-1 (draft)] (2) Quality in use is the user's view of the quality of a system containing software, and is measured in terms of the result of using the software (product), rather than properties of the software itself. Quality in use is the combined effect of internal and external quality for the user. [ISO/IEC 9126-1 (draft)]
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The capability of the software product to enable specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, productivity and satisfaction in specified contexts of use.
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ISO/IEC 9126-1 (draft)
 
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