MiSFIT: Mining Software Fault Information and Types

@inproceedings{Kidwell2015MiSFITMS,
  title={MiSFIT: Mining Software Fault Information and Types},
  author={Billy R. Kidwell},
  year={2015}
}
OF DISSERTATION MISFIT MINING SOFTWARE FAULT INFORMATION AND TYPES As software becomes more important to society, the number, age, and complexity of systems grow. Software organizations require continuous process improvement to maintain the reliability, security, and quality of these software systems. Software organizations can utilize data from manual fault classification to meet their process improvement needs, but organizations lack the expertise or resources to implement them correctly… CONTINUE READING

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