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|Title:||Improving reliability of defects logging in MVC-PSP|
|Abstract:||© 2015 IEEE. An increase in software quality involves a reduction of defects in the software. Managers must encourage their team to produce as little defects as possible. The Personal Software Process (PSP) provides information on defect density that indicates the quality of the software. The purpose of this study is to provide guidelines to facilitate an increase in the reliability of the PSP's defect density value. The research was carried out with MVC-PSP, the personal performance improvement in Model-View- Controller (MVC) software development framework. There are 2 additional activities which were carried out: Defect Detection Capability Test (DDCT) and organized discussion to format the Defect Standard Table (DST). The results found that both activities had the advantage of decreasing the range of defect numbers that can calculate the defect density in PSP.|
|Appears in Collections:||CMUL: Journal Articles|
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