alexa Abstract | A Quantitative Analysis of NHPP Based Software Reliability Growth Models
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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The application of computer systems is so widely spread that it can be found in almost all complex equipments. So, reliability of software becomes a major concern as unreliable software may lead to huge economic loss to the organization. A software reliability growth model (SRGM) basically predicts the fault detection coverage in software testing phase. The general problem that is encountered is to minimize the number of remaining faults for a given fixed amount of testing effort and reliability objective. In this paper a general framework of two non homogeneous poisson processes based SRGM models namely Goel okumoto and Delayed S Shaped model are presented. The main objective of these two models is to estimate the faults or failures remaining in the system.

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Author(s): Bijoyeta Roy, Santanu Kr. Misra, Aradhana Basak, Aparupa Roy, Deyasini Hazra

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