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Application of software reliability engineered testing (SRET) to project accounting application (PAA)

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2 Author(s)
S. W. Hill ; Atlanta, GA, USA ; F. Kmetz

The application of SRET (Software Reliability Engineered Testing) to PAA (Project Accounting Application) can be described by the following process: define necessary reliability, develop the operational profile, analyze operational modes, perform load tests per the operational profile, track field reliability and track field arrival rates. All of these are outlined in this paper. For release 1.0 of the project accounting application (PAA), this operational profile was used for load/stress and performance testing. Nothing else was running on the same machine with the PAA application. Future releases of PAA will require additional load data when new features are added to the PAA machine

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Software Reliability Engineering - Case Studies, 1997. Proceedings., The Eighth International Symposium on

Date of Conference:

2-5 Nov1997