Practical Issues in Implementing Software Reliability Measurement
Nikora, Allen P.
Musa, John D.
Schneidewind, Norman F.
Everett, William W.
Munson, John C.
Vouk, Mladen A.
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In this panel discussion, we discuss these and other practical issues to be addressed in implementing software reliability measurement techniques in a production development environment. The panelists will describe their experiences in implementing measurement programs, the intended and actual results, and suggestions for making them more effective.
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