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Методология Оценки Качества Веб-Сайта Универсальная Звезда: первая вершина – «Содержание»

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Интернет продолжает расти быстрыми темпами, более чем 1,5 млрд веб-сайтов в2019 г. по сравнению только с одним в1991 г. Появление огромных веб-сайтов различной сложности и типов делает оценку качества этих сайтов чрезвычайно важной и трудной задачей. В связи с этим в статье представлен новый подход к оценке веб-сайтов путем разработки новой Методологии Оценки Качества Веб-Сайтов Универсальная Звезда (МОКВУЗ) на теоретической и эмпирической основе. Чтобы повысить надежность и достоверность результатов исследования, были приведены обширный обзор литературы, углубленные и качественные интервью и оценки пользователей. Таким образом, в статье представлены результаты отбора и  категоризации общих  атрибутов качества для МОКВУЗ с трехуровневой структурой, состоящей из критериев качества высшего уровня, субкритериев и показателей. Эти аспекты качества основаны на сочетании субъективных и объективных показателей. Следовательно, МОКВУЗ становится способной оценивать широкий спектр различных веб-сайтов независимо от принадлежности к домену и предоставляемых ими услуг, включая сайты Веб 3.0.

Об авторе

С. Г. Абдуганиев
Худжандский политехнический институт Таджикского технического университета имени акад. М. С. Осими; Линцский университет имени Иоганна Кеплера
Таджикистан
Абдуганиев Сиддикджон Гайбуллоджонович, получил степень магистра наук с отличием в области системотехники в Худжандском филиале Технологического университета Таджикистана (ХФТУТ) в 2007 г. До 2012 года работал ассистентом кафедры в ХФТУТ и Худжандском политехническом институте Таджикского технического университета. Получил докторскую степень в Университете имени Иоганна Кеплера в г. Линц, Австрия.


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