Quality Assessment of Software Reliability Growth Models

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Topic: Software
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The two main important properties of software components are reliability and robustness. Reliability can be defined as the probability of failure free operation and on the other hand the robustness can be defined as how far the software can be able to with stand for intrusion attacks. In both the cases there should be some metric to evaluate the performance of these properties. In this paper, metrics are been described which can be used to assess the quality of performance for these properties within a software reliability growth model.

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