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  • Matrix prioritization is a multi-factor prioritization technique which results into ratio-scale output. Quality function deployment and Total quality management could be traced with this.

     

    In software testing companies, following parameters are taken into consideration for Matrix prioritization:

    1) Item Set: The items (projects, features, functions, requirements etc.) are being evaluated.

    2) Criteria: Varying criteria that would be used to evaluate every item.

    3) Value Scales: It is being used to specify the relationship of an item to the criteria being evaluated. These are also used to rate every item to a single criteria.

    4) Weightings: It allows to prioritize a specific criteria higher than other criteria.

    5) Formula: Formula to generate a priority value for every item based on weightings and criteria. Although there is not standard formula used to Matrix Prioritization.

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