Volume 6 Issue 4 - March 2016

  • 1. Recent review and current issues in software reliability growth models under fuzzy environment

    Authors : Nesar Ahmad, Seema Rani, Ishrat Jahan Ara

    Pages : 550-558

    Keywords : Software reliability, Software reliability growth model, Testing effort function, fuzzy environment, fuzzy logic, Fuzzy set theory.

    Abstract :

    Today computer is essential part of our lives and software is heart of computer. Without software we can’t imagine about computer and it is not useful for us. So it is very necessary to produce reliable software at less cost and deliver on appropriate time. In any business environment the ultimate objective is to derive a quality product. Among the various quality characteristics, reliability is considered as the most predominant characteristics. Software Reliability is one of the important factors of software quality. Before software delivered in to market it is thoroughly checked and errors are removed. Every software industry wants to develop software that should be error free and deliver product in to market on appropriate time with less cost. Software Reliability Growth Models (SRGM) helping the software industries to develop software which is error free and reliable. Software development and testing is human dependent and as human behavior is fuzzy, it is better to use fuzzy set theory for developing software reliability models and study SRGM under fuzzy environment. Many models have been utilized for assessing the quality of software using reliability in fuzzy environment. This paper presents a detailed study of existing software reliability growth models under fuzzy environment. We also discuss the recent trends and current issues in software reliability growth models with testing effort under fuzzy environment.

    Citing this Journal Article :

    Nesar Ahmad, Seema Rani, Ishrat Jahan Ara, "Recent review and current issues in software reliability growth models under fuzzy environment ", https://www.ijltet.org/journal_details.php?id=899&j_id=3004, Volume 6 Issue 4 - March 2016, 550-558, #ijltetorg