The Case for Software Health Management

  title={The Case for Software Health Management},
  author={Ashok N. Srivastava and Johann Schumann},
  journal={2011 IEEE Fourth International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology},
Software Health Management (SWHM) is a new field that is concerned with the development of tools and technologies to enable automated detection, diagnosis, prediction, and mitigation of adverse events due to software anomalies. Significant effort has been expended in the last several decades in the development of verification and validation (\VV) methods for software intensive systems, but it is becoming increasingly more apparent that this is not enough to guarantee that a complex software… CONTINUE READING
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