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Peer Review

 

Peer Review refers to the checking and review of work performed by one's peers (equals) in a working group. The term is frequently used in projects where systems development takes place. Both systems analysts and programmers will have their work checked by each other and this forms a critical aspect to the quality process. Peers can usually identify each other's errors quickly and easily and can result in elevated performance.


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