SOFTWARE RELIABILITY ENGINEERING

ISBN 13: 9780070603196

SOFTWARE RELIABILITY ENGINEERING

9780070603196: SOFTWARE RELIABILITY ENGINEERING

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John D. Musa
Published by McGraw Hill Education (2005)
ISBN 10: 0070603197 ISBN 13: 9780070603196
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Book Description McGraw Hill Education, 2005. Softcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. The author?s experience in reliability engineering is apparent and his expertise is infused in the text. This book illustrates the entire SRE process. It is an indispensable aid to systems engineers, systems architects, developers, and managers. The book shows how to develop and test software more efficiently. It makes you more competitive in a world of globalization and outsourcing. It furnishes everything you need to implement SRE in your organization, even showing you how to persuade people to adopt the practice. All material is presented in a casual, readable style, with math placed in separate background sections. What?s NEW to the second edition? ? Workshops templates to help you apply SRE to your project ? More than 700 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) ? Step by step process summary ? List of articles of SRE user experience ? Background sections ? Exercises ? Includes a simple, compact user manual for free CASRE software reliability estimation software, downloadable from the internet. Table of contents Contents. vii Acknowledgments. xv How to use this book. xvii Chapter 1 - Problem, Process, and Product 1 1.1 Core material 2 1.1.1 Problem and solution. 2 1.1.1.1 What is the software practitioner?s biggest problem? 2 1.1.1.2 How does software reliability engineering approach it? 3 1.1.1.3 What?s been the experience with SRE? 7 1.1.2 The software reliability engineering process. 10 1.1.3 Defining the product 16 1.2 Exercises. 19 1.3 Workshop. 19 1.3.1 General instructions for all workshops. 19 1.3.2 Defining the product workshop. 22 1.4 Special situations. 28 1.4.1 Testing acquired software. 28 1.5 Background. 30 1.5.1 Learning reliability concepts. 30 1.5.2 Software reliability and hardware reliability. 37 1.6 Frequently asked questions. 39 1.6.1 Problem and solution. 39 1.6.1.1 What is the software practitioner?s biggest problem? 39 1.6.1.2 How does software reliability engineering approach it? 42 1.6.1.3 What?s been the experience with SRE? 56 1.6.2 The software reliability engineering process. 66 1.6.3 Defining the product 79 Chapter 2 - Implementing Operational Profiles. 93 2.1 Core material 93 2.1.1 Developing operational profiles. 93 2.1.1.1 Identifying the initiators of operations. 96 2.1.1.2 Creating the operations list 97 2.1.1.3 Reviewing the operations list 101 2.1.1.4 Obtaining occurrence rates. 103 2.1.1.5 Determining occurrence probabilities. 107 2.1.2 Applying operational profiles. 107 2.2 Exercises. 110 2.3 Workshop. 111 2.4 Special situations. 117 2.4.1 Using the graphical representation of the operational profile. 117 2.4.2 Handling the evolution of the definition of ?operation? 119 2.4.3 Applying the module usage table. 121 2.5 Background. 122 2.5.1 Learning operations and run concepts. 122 2.6 Frequently asked questions. 125 2.6.1 Developing operational profiles. 126 2.6.1.1 Identifying the initiators of operations. 126 2.6.1.2 Creating the operations list 127 2.6.1.3 Reviewing the operations list 138 2.6.1.4 Obtaining occurrence rates. 139 2.6.1.5 Determining occurrence probabilities. 141 2.6.2 Applying operational profiles. 142 Chapter 3 ? Engineering ?Just Right? Reliability. 153 3.1 Core material 153 3.1.1 Defining ?failure? for the product 157 3.1.2 Choosing a common measure for all associated systems. 158 3.1.3 Setting system failure intensity objectives. 159 3.1.3.1 Determining user needs for reliability and availability. 160 3.1.3.2 Determining overall reliability and availability objectives. 161 3.1.3.3 Finding the common failure intensity objective. 167 3.1.4 Determining developed software failure intensity objectives. 173 3.1.5 Engineering software reliability strategies. 174 3.2 Exercises. 184 3.3 Workshop. 185 3.4 Special situations. 198 3.4 Printed Pages: 0. Bookseller Inventory # 22426

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John D. Musa
Published by McGraw Hill Education (2005)
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Book Description McGraw Hill Education, 2005. Softcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. The author?s experience in reliability engineering is apparent and his expertise is infused in the text. This book illustrates the entire SRE process. It is an indispensable aid to systems engineers, systems architects, developers, and managers. The book shows how to develop and test software more efficiently. It makes you more competitive in a world of globalization and outsourcing. It furnishes everything you need to implement SRE in your organization, even showing you how to persuade people to adopt the practice. All material is presented in a casual, readable style, with math placed in separate background sections. What?s NEW to the second edition? ? Workshops templates to help you apply SRE to your project ? More than 700 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) ? Step by step process summary ? List of articles of SRE user experience ? Background sections ? Exercises ? Includes a simple, compact user manual for free CASRE software reliability estimation software, downloadable from the internet. Table of contents Contents. vii Acknowledgments. xv How to use this book. xvii Chapter 1 - Problem, Process, and Product 1 1.1 Core material 2 1.1.1 Problem and solution. 2 1.1.1.1 What is the software practitioner?s biggest problem? 2 1.1.1.2 How does software reliability engineering approach it? 3 1.1.1.3 What?s been the experience with SRE? 7 1.1.2 The software reliability engineering process. 10 1.1.3 Defining the product 16 1.2 Exercises. 19 1.3 Workshop. 19 1.3.1 General instructions for all workshops. 19 1.3.2 Defining the product workshop. 22 1.4 Special situations. 28 1.4.1 Testing acquired software. 28 1.5 Background. 30 1.5.1 Learning reliability concepts. 30 1.5.2 Software reliability and hardware reliability. 37 1.6 Frequently asked questions. 39 1.6.1 Problem and solution. 39 1.6.1.1 What is the software practitioner?s biggest problem? 39 1.6.1.2 How does software reliability engineering approach it? 42 1.6.1.3 What?s been the experience with SRE? 56 1.6.2 The software reliability engineering process. 66 1.6.3 Defining the product 79 Chapter 2 - Implementing Operational Profiles. 93 2.1 Core material 93 2.1.1 Developing operational profiles. 93 2.1.1.1 Identifying the initiators of operations. 96 2.1.1.2 Creating the operations list 97 2.1.1.3 Reviewing the operations list 101 2.1.1.4 Obtaining occurrence rates. 103 2.1.1.5 Determining occurrence probabilities. 107 2.1.2 Applying operational profiles. 107 2.2 Exercises. 110 2.3 Workshop. 111 2.4 Special situations. 117 2.4.1 Using the graphical representation of the operational profile. 117 2.4.2 Handling the evolution of the definition of ?operation? 119 2.4.3 Applying the module usage table. 121 2.5 Background. 122 2.5.1 Learning operations and run concepts. 122 2.6 Frequently asked questions. 125 2.6.1 Developing operational profiles. 126 2.6.1.1 Identifying the initiators of operations. 126 2.6.1.2 Creating the operations list 127 2.6.1.3 Reviewing the operations list 138 2.6.1.4 Obtaining occurrence rates. 139 2.6.1.5 Determining occurrence probabilities. 141 2.6.2 Applying operational profiles. 142 Chapter 3 ? Engineering ?Just Right? Reliability. 153 3.1 Core material 153 3.1.1 Defining ?failure? for the product 157 3.1.2 Choosing a common measure for all associated systems. 158 3.1.3 Setting system failure intensity objectives. 159 3.1.3.1 Determining user needs for reliability and availability. 160 3.1.3.2 Determining overall reliability and availability objectives. 161 3.1.3.3 Finding the common failure intensity objective. 167 3.1.4 Determining developed software failure intensity objectives. 173 3.1.5 Engineering software reliability strategies. 174 3.2 Exercises. 184 3.3 Workshop. 185 3.4 Special situations. 198 3.4 Printed Pages: 0. Bookseller Inventory # 22426

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