A Novel Software Reliability Assessment Approach based on Neural Network in Network Environment

  title={A Novel Software Reliability Assessment Approach based on Neural Network in Network Environment},
  author={Changjie Ma and Guochang Gu and Jing Zhao},
  journal={International Journal of Advancements in Computing Technology},
In this paper, we have focused on the Fedora Core Linux operating system which is known as the OSS, and discussed the method of reliability assessment for the OSS developed under on an open source project. Especially, we have applied on the neural network in order to consider the effect of each software component on the reliability of an entire system under such open source development paradigm. By using the neural network, we have proposed the method of reliability assessment incorporating the… 
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