Quality and Reliability Metrics for IoT Systems: A Consolidated View

@article{Klima2021QualityAR,
  title={Quality and Reliability Metrics for IoT Systems: A Consolidated View},
  author={Matej Klima and Vaclav Rechtberger and Miroslav Bures and Xavier J. A. Bellekens and Hanan Hindy and Bestoun S. Ahmed},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2011.10865}
}
Quality and reliability metrics play an important role in the evaluation of the state of a system during the development and testing phases, and serve as tools to optimize the testing process or to define the exit or acceptance criteria of the system. This study provides a consolidated view on the available quality and reliability metrics applicable to Internet of Things (IoT) systems, as no comprehensive study has provided such a view specific to these systems. The quality and reliability… 

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