V. B. Singh

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Bug severity is the degree of impact that a defect has on the development or operation of a component or system, and can be classified into different levels based on their impact on the system. Identification of severity level can be useful for bug triager in allocating the bug to the concerned bug fixer. Various researchers have attempted text mining(More)
The progress of software testing is influenced by various uncertainty factors like effort expenditure, skill of test personal, testing tool, defect density, irregular state of open source project, and irregular state of software fault-report phenomena on the bug tracking system. Hence, there is an irregular fluctuation in fault detection/removal rate during(More)
Testability is the probability whether tests will detect a fault, given that a fault in the program exists. How efficiently the faults will be uncovered depends upon the testability of the software. Various researchers have proposed qualitative and quantitative techniques to improve and measure the testability of software. In literature, a plethora of(More)
— The bug-fix time i.e. the time to fix a bug after the bug was introduced is an important factor for bug related analysis, such as measuring software quality or coordinating development effort during bug triaging. Previous work has proposed many bug-fix time prediction models that use various bug attributes (number of developers who participated in fixing(More)