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A Study for NHPP Software Reliability Model of Lomax Distribution Based on Shape Parameter
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 Title & Authors
A Study for NHPP Software Reliability Model of Lomax Distribution Based on Shape Parameter
Kim, Hee-Cheul; Shin, Hyun Cheul;
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 Abstract
NHPP software reliability models for failure analysis can have, in the literature, exhibit either constant, monotonic increasing or monotonic decreasing failure occurrence rates per fault. In this paper, infinite failures NHPP models that repairing software failure point in time reflects the situation, was presented for comparing property. Commonly used in business, economics, and actuarial modeling based on Lomax distribution, software reliability of infinite failures was presented for comparison problem. The result is that a relatively large shape parameter was effectively. The parameters estimation using maximum likelihood estimation was conducted and Model selection was performed using the mean square error and the coefficient of determination. In this research, software developers to identify software failure property follows shape parameter, some extent be able to help is considered.
 Keywords
Lomax Distribution;Infinite Model;Mission Time;NHPP;
 Language
Korean
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