The Software Reliability Increase Method
Our investigation purpose is to create the software reliability increase method. The proposed method allows creators to calculate statistic, probabilistic and valuating reliability indices of software components which contain defects. The method’s aim is to take into consideration the statistic components complexity by means of composite metrics. The use of received indices provides for components finding which contain much more defects for refactoring and the first testing process. It contributes to increase identified and corrected defects quantity and improve the software reliability on average about 8%.
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