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Architecture-Based Software Reliability Analysis: Overview and Limitations
  • S. Gokhale
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure…
  • 2007
With the growing size and complexity of software applications, research in the area of architecture-based software reliability analysis has gained prominence. The purpose of this paper is to provideExpand
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A time/structure based software reliability model
The past 20 years have seen the formulation of numerous analytical software reliability models for estimating the reliability growth of a software product. The predictions obtained by applying theseExpand
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Reliability prediction and sensitivity analysis based on software architecture
Prevalent approaches to characterize the behavior of monolithic applications are inappropriate to model modern software systems which are heterogeneous, and are built using a combination ofExpand
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An analytical approach to architecture-based software reliability prediction
Prevalent approaches to software reliability modeling are black-box based, i.e., the the software system is treated as a monolithic entity and only its interactions with the outside world areExpand
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Web robot detection techniques: overview and limitations
Most modern Web robots that crawl the Internet to support value-added services and technologies possess sophisticated data collection and analysis capabilities. Some of these robots, however, may beExpand
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Quantifying the closeness between program components and features
Abstract One of the most important steps towards effective software maintenance of a large complicated system is to understand how program features are spread over the entire system and theirExpand
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A simulation approach to structure-based software reliability analysis
Structure-based techniques enable an analysis of the influence of individual components on the application reliability. In an effort to ensure analytical tractability, prevalent structure-basedExpand
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Log-logistic software reliability growth model
The finite-failure non-homogeneous Poisson process (NHPP) models proposed in the literature exhibit either constant, monotonic increasing or monotonic decreasing failure occurrence rates per fault,Expand
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Analytical Models for Architecture-Based Software Reliability Prediction: A Unification Framework
Traditional approaches to software reliability modeling are black box-based; that is, the software system is considered as a whole, and only its interactions with the outside world are modeledExpand
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An analytical approach to architecture-based software performance and reliability prediction
Conventional approaches to analyze the behavior of software applications are black box based, that is, the software application is treated as a whole and only its interactions with the outside worldExpand
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