An Enhancement to Cleanroom Software Engineering using csUnit Tool

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Author(s):
Pooja Manocha, Arun Jain
Published Date:
September 05, 2013
Issue:
Volume 3, Issue 5
Page(s):
19 - 23
DOI:
10.7815/ijorcs.35.2013.071
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Keywords:
clean-room, box object oriented technology, collaborative engineering and mutation testing
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Pooja Manocha, Arun Jain, "An Enhancement to Cleanroom Software Engineering using csUnit Tool". International Journal of Research in Computer Science, 3 (5): pp. 19-23, September 2013. doi:10.7815/ijorcs.35.2013.071 Other Formats

Abstract

Clean-room software engineering is a technical and managerial process for the development of high-quality software for zero defects with certified reliability, which combines the correctness, verifications and statistical usage testing to certify the software fitness. This paper describes the clean-room software engineering along with its technology, processes, tools support and its comparison with other traditional approaches, advantages and disadvantages. In this paper is presenting the detail description of Clean-room Software Engineering and Object Oriented Technology and also the experimental study of collaborative engineering and mutation testing performed through csUnit tool integrated with Visual studio 2008, which have been introduced to enhanced or improved Clean-room Software Engineering.

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