Handbook of Software Reliability Engineering, Volume 1
Michael R. Lyu
IEEE Computer Society Press, 1996 - Computers - 850 pages
From leading industrial/research experts, here is an insider's look at today's best practices for software reliability engineering. Using this guide, software developers, designers, and project managers, high-level applications programmers and designers, and students will be able to tap into an unparalleled repository of accumulated experience and expertise.
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Practices and Experiences
Software Reliability and System Reliability
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algorithm analysis applied assumed assumptions behavior classiﬁcation complexity components Computer considered coverage data set defects deﬁned deﬁnition dependability distribution domain environment error evaluation event example execution exponential fail failure intensity function failure rate fault tree fault tree analysis fault-tolerant fault-tolerant system ﬁeld Figure ﬁrst ﬁt ﬂow hardware hazard rate identiﬁed IEEE interval Laplace factor Markov mean value function measure median predictions metrics modiﬁcation modules N-version programming neural network number of failures number of faults observed operational proﬁle output parameters percent phase plots Poisson process Prob problem random variable recalibration reﬂects release reliabil reliability engineering reliability estimates reliability growth models reliability theory requirements sequence signiﬁcant simulation Software Engineering software failures software faults Software Reliability Engineering software reliability models software system speciﬁc statistical subadditive system test Table techniques tion trend u-plot usage VAXcluster versions ware