Due to the large scale application of software systems, software reliability plays an important role in software developments. In this paper, a software reliability growth model (SRGM) is proposed. The testing time on the right is truncated in this model. The instantaneous failure rate, mean-value function, error detection rate, reliability of the software, estimation of parameters and the simple applications of this model are discussed.
AMS Mathematics Subject Classification
62N05 68M15 68N30
Key words and phrases
Software reliability non homogenous Poisson process(NHPP) instantaneous failure rate mean value function error detection rate estimation of parameters
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