PROPOSED CAUSATIVE SOFTWARE ERROR CLASSIFICATION SCHEME.

James Collofello, L. Blumer Balcom

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Abstract

Various tools, techniques, and methodologies have been developed by software engineers over the last 15 years. A goal of many of these approaches is to increase product reliability and reduce its cost by decreasing the number of severity of errors introduced by the software development process. The collection of software error data would appear to be a natural means for validation of these software engineering techniques. Yet, current software error collection efforts have had limited success in this area. A new causative software error classification scheme is introduced in this paper to refine these data collection efforts so that they can be better used in software engineering validation studies. (Author abstract. )

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAFIPS Conference Proceedings
Place of PublicationReston, VA, USA
PublisherAFIPS Press
Pages537-545
Number of pages9
Volume54
ISBN (Print)0882830465
StatePublished - 1985

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Collofello, J., & Balcom, L. B. (1985). PROPOSED CAUSATIVE SOFTWARE ERROR CLASSIFICATION SCHEME. In AFIPS Conference Proceedings (Vol. 54, pp. 537-545). Reston, VA, USA: AFIPS Press.

PROPOSED CAUSATIVE SOFTWARE ERROR CLASSIFICATION SCHEME. / Collofello, James; Balcom, L. Blumer.

AFIPS Conference Proceedings. Vol. 54 Reston, VA, USA : AFIPS Press, 1985. p. 537-545.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Collofello, J & Balcom, LB 1985, PROPOSED CAUSATIVE SOFTWARE ERROR CLASSIFICATION SCHEME. in AFIPS Conference Proceedings. vol. 54, AFIPS Press, Reston, VA, USA, pp. 537-545.
Collofello J, Balcom LB. PROPOSED CAUSATIVE SOFTWARE ERROR CLASSIFICATION SCHEME. In AFIPS Conference Proceedings. Vol. 54. Reston, VA, USA: AFIPS Press. 1985. p. 537-545
Collofello, James ; Balcom, L. Blumer. / PROPOSED CAUSATIVE SOFTWARE ERROR CLASSIFICATION SCHEME. AFIPS Conference Proceedings. Vol. 54 Reston, VA, USA : AFIPS Press, 1985. pp. 537-545
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