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A Systematic Review of Realistic Methods and Approaches for Evaluation of Website
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A Systematic Review of Realistic Methods and Approaches for Evaluation of Website
S. Kaur1 , S.K. Gupta2
1 Department of Computer science and Engineering, Guru Nanak Dev University RC, Sathiala, India.
2 Department of Computer science and Engineering, Beant College of Engineering and Technology, Gurdaspur, India.
Correspondence should be addressed to: satinder.sweety@gmail.com.

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Volume-6 , Issue-2 , Page no. 39-52, Feb-2018

CrossRef-DOI:   https://doi.org/10.26438/ijcse/v6i2.3952

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Abstract :
Internet facility along with a web browser has become indispensable needs to do any government as well as non-government task. To devise and evaluate an unbeaten website, web engineers have to consider the two factors, first is the role of website for achieving company or organizational objectives, afterwards, various types of users with their needs. But both of these factors cannot be fully elicited and defined, as the opinions as well as the ambitions of organizers, website users plus IT professionals are entirely different. In order to find the methods along with approaches used for website evaluation, this paper takes a systematic review of the most popular models which are in sphere of website evaluation in distinct domains of websites. Two types of models are studied, one which can be applied to every domain, whereas other which are oriented towards the specific domain with specific mission. It also analyses the practical methods and approaches to find their percentage usage in previous studies of website evaluation. It also investigates the types of assessors involved in these studies. Finally, it winds up with proposed perspectives what a future evaluation study should be endowed with. It is deduced that recent studies have adopted a user judgement method along with certain automation or numerical computation technique. The findings provided by review can benefit the industry readership as well as academicians to evaluate the website for relevance to their own settings in various situations.
Key-Words / Index Term :
Web engineering, Web assessment, Web domains, Website evaluation, Design quality
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