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    by Pooja Jha, K. Sridhar Patnaik 
    Abstract: The software usability is considered as pooled form of understandability, learnability, operability and attractiveness about software. Usability is gradually more accepted as a significant quality issue for interactive software. The research is based on case study of an educational industry that takes certain aspects that may be affecting the usability of software. The paper explores SUMI questionnaire for stressing the importance and role of these factors. Also, a metric known as Cronbachs alpha is used to judge the consistency of software within use of the user. Finally, a regression based model known as, Perceived Software Usability is proposed for enhancing the usability of software based on considered factors.
    Keywords: UMI; Cronbach’s alpha; Multiple Regression Analysis; Usability Metric; Usability Aspects; Perceived Software Usability.