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In quality management, a nonconformity (also known as a defect) is a deviation from a specification, a standard, or an expectation. Nonconformities are classified as either critical, major, or minor.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }}</ref>

In software engineering, ISO/IEC 9126 distinguishes between a "defect" and a "nonconformity", a defect being the nonfulfilment of intended usage requirements, whereas a nonconformity is the nonfulfilment of a requirement. A similar distinction is made between validation and verification.


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In quality management, a nonconformity (also known as a defect) is a deviation from a specification, a standard, or an expectation. Nonconformities are classified as either critical, major, or minor.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }}</ref>

In software engineering, ISO/IEC 9126 distinguishes between a "defect" and a "nonconformity", a defect being the nonfulfilment of intended usage requirements, whereas a nonconformity is the nonfulfilment of a requirement. A similar distinction is made between validation and verification.


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Intro   Types of nonconformity    References   

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