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Review Papers | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 4 Issue 2, February 2015
Using Functional Point Analysis and Test Point Analysis Reducing Maintenance Cost of Software
Samadhan E. Kadam | Amol K. Kadam | Dr. S. D. Joshi
Abstract: Maintaining reliability is the difficult task while developing software. Software reliability is defined as the possibility of failure free functioning for a particular period of time within precise condition. Software reliability growth models are utilising for the estimation of reliability by means of statistical expression. It is also useful for interpretation of software failure as an arbitrary procedure. Testing is one of the important phases within software development lifecycle. The Testing technique is the organized procedure for the detection of defects or bugs in the software. Nevertheless the only testing is purely unable to eliminate all the bugs or defect within the software due to factors such as complexity of software, inefficiency of understanding the software functionality. And sometimes there is a possibility of error generation and imperfect debugging. So, we have to apply the SRGM within testing phase to measure the reliability quantitatively. This paper presents novel approach towards the software reliability growth model.
Keywords: Software reliability, Software Reliability Growth Model
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 2, February 2015,
Pages: 2433 - 2435
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