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A Mathematical Reliability Growth Model using for Acute HPA Axis Responses, Heart Rate and Mood Changes to Psychosocial Stress in Human at Different Times of Day

@inproceedings{Lakshmi2016AMR,
  title={A Mathematical Reliability Growth Model using for Acute HPA Axis Responses, Heart Rate and Mood Changes to Psychosocial Stress in Human at Different Times of Day},
  author={S. Lakshmi and A. Soosai Manickam},
  year={2016}
}
There is evidence showing that HPA axis responses to pharmacological provocation depend on time of day with larger cortisol responses in the afternoon and evening compared to the morning hours. However, it is still unknown whether HPA axis responses to psychological stress are affected by time of day and whether they can be assessed with equal reliability in the morning and afternoon, respectively.Software Reliability Model is categorized into two, one is static model and the other one is… 

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