A heuristic approach for software reliability prediction: the equally-weighted linear combination model

@inproceedings{Lyu1991AHA,
  title={A heuristic approach for software reliability prediction: the equally-weighted linear combination model},
  author={Michael R. Lyu and Allen P. Nikora},
  booktitle={ISSRE},
  year={1991}
}
This paper proposes a heuristic approach to addressing the software reliability modeling problem. The heuristic approach is based on a linear combination of three popular software reliability models. A simple, predetermined combination is suggested by assigning equal weights to each component model for the final delivery of the software reliability prediction. In a preliminary examination, this Equally-Weighted Linear Combination (ELC) Model is judged to perform well when applied to three… CONTINUE READING

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