Fault Removal Effectiveness on Software Requirements Specification Using Non-Preemptive Relocation Technique

Provided by: International Journal Of Engineering And Computer Science
Topic: Software
Format: PDF
Software specification is defined as the requirements that facilitates to achieve the specified organizational objective without any faults. Existing Model-based Oracle software Generation (MOG) method capture the types of faults and define an automatically generated partial, passive oracle from the agent design models. MOG method not yet developed the framework for removing (i.e.,) preventing the fault at the initial stage of the software requirement specification. Present systematic review of requirements specifications from software engineering model fails to integrate the business requirements with the software functional model.

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