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Prediction of defect distribution based on project characteristics for proactive project management

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Prediction of defect distribution based on project characteristics for proactive project management
As software has been pervasive and various software projects have been executed since the 1970s, software project management has played a significant role in software industry. There are three major factors in project management; schedule, effort and quality. Especially, to represent quality of products, there are various possible quality characteristics of software, but in practice, frequently, quality management revolves around defects, and delivered defect density has become the current de facto industry standard. The researches related to software quality have been focused on modeling residual defects in software in order to estimate software reliability. However, only the predicted number of defects cannot be sufficient information to provide basis for planning quality assurance activities and assessing them during execution. That is, in order to let projects managers be able to identify the project related information in early phase, we need to predict other possible information...
Youngki Hong, Wondae Kim, Jeongsoo Joo
Added 20 May 2011
Updated 20 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where PROMISE
Authors Youngki Hong, Wondae Kim, Jeongsoo Joo
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