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Software Reliability Growth Models have been proposed in the literature to measure the quality of software and to release the software at minimum cost. Testing is an important part to find out faults during Software Development Life Cycle of integrated software. Testing can be defined as the execution of a program to find a fault which might have been(More)
This paper proposes and initiates research on a top-down approach for ERP Implementation Success. Here the actual health assessment of ongoing ERP Projects is Reverse Engineered keeping the expected ERP outcome as our base and evaluating it against ERP Projects' current developmental progress made vis-à-vis the Critical Success Factors. A three step(More)
Enterprise Resource Planning, ERP software has come a long way since its inception as Inventory Management and Control Systems of 1960s. The value of ERP Implementation Strategy has been stressed over the years and it has been included as an important Critical Success Factor, CSF, as recorded by previous researchers. Traditional ERP implementation followed(More)
Mobile Adhoc Networks (MANETs) are networks of mobile nodes which have limited resources in terms of processing power, memory and battery life. The traffic to the destination nodes which are beyond the range of source nodes are routed by the intermediate nodes. The routing in the MANETs is different from conventional infrastructure network since the nodes(More)
In literature we have several software reliability growth models developed to monitor the reliability growth during the testing phase of the software development. These models typically use the calendar / execution time and hence are known as continuous time SRGM. However, very little seems to have been done in the literature to develop discrete SRGM.(More)
Due to high cost of fixing failures, safety concerns, and legal liabilities, organizations need to produce software that is highly reliable. Software reliability growth models have been developed by software developers in tracking and measuring the growth of reliability. Most of the Software Reliability Growth Models, which have been proposed, treat the(More)
In today's fast moving day to day life almost everything is more or less dependent on software. This dependence on software has increased the demand of reliable software in no time. Hence software firms are now a days releasing multiple versions of the software instead of providing a software with less number of bugs and removing the bugs of the previous(More)