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COMPSAC
2009
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Modeling and Predicting Software Failure Costs
—For software, the costs of failures are not clearly understood. Often, these costs disappear in the costs of testing, the general developments costs, or the operating expenses. ...
Michael Grottke, Christian A. Graf
ISSRE
2008
IEEE
10 years 6 months ago
Cost Curve Evaluation of Fault Prediction Models
Prediction of fault prone software components is one of the most researched problems in software engineering. Many statistical techniques have been proposed but there is no consen...
Yue Jiang, Bojan Cukic, Tim Menzies
ENTCS
2010
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9 years 12 months ago
Combining Architecture-based Software Reliability Predictions with Financial Impact Calculations
Software failures can lead to substantial costs for the user. Existing models for software reliability prediction do not provide much insight into this financial impact. Our appro...
Franz Brosch, Ralf Gitzel, Heiko Koziolek, Simone ...
ESSOS
2009
Springer
10 years 6 months ago
Toward Non-security Failures as a Predictor of Security Faults and Failures
In the search for metrics that can predict the presence of vulnerabilities early in the software life cycle, there may be some benefit to choosing metrics from the non-security rea...
Michael Gegick, Pete Rotella, Laurie Williams
ISESE
2006
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Predicting component failures at design time
How do design decisions impact the quality of the resulting software? In an empirical study of 52 ECLIPSE plug-ins, we found that the software design as well as past failure histo...
Adrian Schröter, Thomas Zimmermann, Andreas Z...
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