A Review on Bug Report Assignment, Monika and Nishi (pp. 1-20).(Abstract)
A Review on Bug Report Assignment
Monika1 and Nishi2
1Research Scholar, DAV University, Jalandhar, India 2Dept. of CSE, DAV University, Jalandhar, India email@example.com
ABSTRACT Nowadays, the software quality becomes an increasingly important issue. A huge number of bug reports by developers and users are received in bug tracking systems. Dealing with these bug reports in a manual way consumes time, resources and efforts. Numerous studies have been conducted using various techniques for the assignment of bug reports like information retrieval, classification, and clustering before classification that can overcome incorrect assignment. We review the bug assignment process because of their significance and popularity in an organized way. This paper provides a study for the bug reports to inspire the necessity for the work on bug report assignment and the existing work that has been performed on bug report assignment with possible problems that arises while working with bug assignment are summarized. Also, the practical analysis using various machine learning algorithm has been performed on the basis of a number of attributes and number of classes on Eclipse project containing 10,000 bug reports.
ABSTRACT In today's growing world, the quality of software developed is very essential for critical and huge applicable areas. The undetected bug in the software leads to an avalanche breakdown of services in the total network. On the other hand, the complete defect analysis in each and every module is again a huge task with lot of man-hours. A trade of between these two is established by following Software Defect Prediction (SDP) techniques or algorithms. Software defect Prediction is the process of finding the defects in the specific modules of the software. This paper aims to review the Software Defect Predicting (SDP) techniques and algorithms proposed in the literature to alleviate in the area of class imbalance software defect.
An Integrated Framework for Prioritizing Software Specifications in Requirements Engineering, Ishaya Gambo, Rhoda Ikono, Philip Achimugu and Abimbola Soriyan (pp. 33-46).(Abstract)
An Integrated Framework for Prioritizing Software Specifications in Requirements Engineering
Ishaya Gambo1*, Rhoda Ikono2, Philip Achimugu3 and Abimbola Soriyan4
1,2,4Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria 3Department of Computer Science, Lead City University, Ibadan, Nigeria firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
ABSTRACT Requirements prioritization is an established activity facilitating good decision making for the purpose of coping with complexities that often arise when determining the right choice of requirement during requirements engineering process. However, making precise and accurate decision for the purpose of averting subsequent system failure is an issue of concern when developing large scale systems. In this paper, we proposed the use of imprecise knowledge-based solutions over precise-knowledge based solutions for prioritizing software requirements to overcome the problem of decision making. In this regard, our proposed technique is an integration of Fuzzy Multi Criteria Decision Making (FMCDM), similarity measures and target-based approach to requirements prioritization using linguistic values of triangular fuzzy numbers. With the integrated framework, the challenge of making decisions under uncertain conditions are considered. The integrated framework was based on some defined criteria, a three-phased process comprising of five steps and a five-point scale used to determine the relative values of requirements. The result is the specification of a stepwise process of the computations that can be performed during decision making by the integrated technique proposed. It is hoped that when this technique is implemented, executed, evaluated and validated on case study, a promising results will be achieved. For validating the proposed technique, requirements from real-life case studies can be elicited, analysed, and reconciled for completeness and consistency.
A Conceptual Framework for Innovative E-Healthcare System, Sabah Mohammed, Byeongho Kang and Regin Conejar (pp. 47-56).(Abstract)
A Conceptual Framework for Innovative E-Healthcare System
Sabah Mohammed1, Byeongho Kang2 and Regin Conejar3*
1Lakehead University, Canada 2University of Tasmania, Australia 3School of Information Technology, Daegu Catholic University, Korea *firstname.lastname@example.org
ABSTRACT Information Technology (IT) is a critical resource for improving today's business competitiveness. Embracing e-healthcare and treating IT as a strategic tool to improve patient safety and the quality of care enables healthcare professionals to benefit from technology formerly used only for management purposes. One of the dynamic forces in research is a conceptual framework that conveys researchers with the foundation upon which their studies are fabricated. This paper instigates with a definition of E-healthcare innovation and an understanding of how innovation occurs in healthcare. A conceptual framework is then developed which articulates the intervening variables that drive innovation in E-healthcare.
Keywords:E-Healthcare Innovation, Information Technology, Healthcare System
The Integration of MVC Framework in Rapid Application Development (RAD) Process Model, Carlos Ramos, Subramaniam Ganesan and Ronnie Caytiles (pp. 57-66).(Abstract)
The Integration of MVC Framework in Rapid Application Development (RAD) Process Model
Carlos Ramos1, Subramaniam Ganesan2 and Ronnie Caytiles3*
1ISEP-IPP, Portugal 2Oakland University Rochester, MI, USA 3Department of Multimedia, Hannam University, Korea email@example.com
ABSTRACT This paper presents an innovative methodology for software development optimizing the features of a model-view-controller (MVC) framework. The MVC framework is integrated with the Rapid Application Development (RAD) process model in order to map the specified user requirements into the architecture making the individual components of the software application to be simultaneously developed. A software prototype is rapidly designed, implemented, tested in an iterative process. Quality of Service (QoS) software application development is guaranteed because users can be directly in the testing process.
Keywords:Rapid Application Development (RAD,) MVC, Software Development