Mechanism For Detection of Software Design Defects
|International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering|
|© 2020 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal|
|Volume 7 Issue 3|
|Year of Publication : 2020|
|Authors : Kalalali Roseline Asimini-Hart, Bennet Okoni, Nuka Nwiabu|
Kalalali Roseline Asimini-Hart, Bennet Okoni, Nuka Nwiabu, "Mechanism For Detection of Software Design Defects" SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 7.3 (2020): 12-21.
Kalalali Roseline Asimini-Hart, Bennet Okoni, Nuka Nwiabu,(2020). Mechanism For Detection of Software Design Defects. SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering 7(3), 12-21.
This dissertation provides a mechanism for the detection of software design defect. There are stages of design defect which includes planning, analysis, design, implementation and testing in which this dissertation focuses on the design process alone. There are basic principles of software design which are ambiguity, inferiority, inconsistency and incorrectness. This dissertation is picking inconsistency and incorrectness as the two variables to work with to test5 for software defect. The design methodology is an object-oriented design which also has five stages to actualize the aim of this dissertation. The first stage of the OOD is been used which is to define the context and external interaction with the system thereby produces an SRS (Software requirement Specification) Document with the developer. After developing the software, the tester tests the software using the two chosen variables to test against the SRS Document to ascertain whether the software developed is in conformity with the laid down document. In the testing process, expert system is used. machine learning under the supervised learning where the system is trained with an algorithm and the SRS data stored into the database.
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software, design, OOD, software efficiency, software inconsistency,