The Performance of Software Reliability Models: A View Point
Volume 9, Number 4, July 2013 - Paper 3 - pp. 375-386
KHALED M. S. FAQIHDepartment of Information Systems, Al al-Bayt University, Mafraq, Jordan University, JORDAN
(Received on July 24, 2012, revised on February 08, 2013)
The primary intention of the present study is to investigate the critical factors and issues that are accountable for poor performance of software reliability models. Critically reviewing the literature indicates that software reliability models have not delivered fully the desirable outcomes that they are intended to achieve. The findings of the current stuffy reveal that the reasons for performance incompetence of the software reliability models in effectively improving the reliability of the software are attributed to 14 major flaws. The implications of these flaws on the performance of software reliability models’ have been explored.
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