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Software Taskset Processing Evaluation Based on a Mixed Debugging Process
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 Title & Authors
Software Taskset Processing Evaluation Based on a Mixed Debugging Process
Kim, U-Jung; Lee, Chong-Hyung;
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 Abstract
Modules that consist of software are respectively coded in the early development phase and the modules are unified as a software. After unification, the software is repeatedly tested with a given taskset (the set of module tasks that are tested simultaneously) until a required performance level is satisfied. In this paper, we expand the one-module software debugging model of Jang and Lee (2011) to a multi-module debugging model and derive the taskset completion probability and the mean of the completed tasksets under the assumption that the processing times of module tasks given in a taskset are mutually dependent.
 Keywords
Multi-module software;mixed debugging;taskset completion probability;
 Language
Korean
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