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A Novel ANN based Approach for Reliability of Software using Object Oriented Metrics

@inproceedings{Pandey2016ANA,
  title={A Novel ANN based Approach for Reliability of Software using Object Oriented Metrics},
  author={Asheesh Pandey and Anil.k. Ahlawat},
  year={2016}
}
In the present scenario, software industries are facing lots of challenges and difficulties for software reliability. Test and measurement can be considered as reliable if they are producing same results over repeated time of quality testing. Software reliability acts an important role in the development of software in Software Development Life Cycle. There are so many factors and issues in SDLC that can affect the software reliability. Object oriented metrics provide a quantitative basis for… 

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