Journal of Software Engineering & Intelligent Systems

ISSN: 2518-8739 (Online)

AUGUST 2017 | VOLUME. 2  ISSUE. 2
Title:

REGRESSION TESTING AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS: A BRIEF ANALYSIS

Authors:

Mubah Ishtiaq, Hira Iqbal

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Software testing facilitates with different methodologies. Among them regression testing has specific and valuable worth. Regression testing is merely a repetitive testing process, ensuring that the existing activities of the software are not affected by the changes being made in it. This testing basically quantifies the quality control aiming at approval of meeting the particular requirements after the code has been modified and making it sure that the presented code is not been pretentious. This paper is about analysis of regression testing and how it enhances and defines quality improvement in the particular software.

Keywords: software testing; regression testing; software quality; quality improvement; software regression analysis;
Available: REGRESSION TESTING AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS: A BRIEF ANALYSIS by Mubah Ishtiaq, Hira Iqbal is available under cc by-nc 4.0 License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at JSEIS.
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TOWARDS TOLERATING FAULTS BY TRIPLE MODULAR REDUNDANCY

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Muhammad Sheikh Sadi, Shaheena Sultana, Md. Moin Al Rashid, Kazi Fahat Lateef

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Increased clock frequencies, higher transistor counts, lower voltage levels, and reduced noise margin have exponentially raised performance of modern microprocessors but made processors more vulnerable to soft errors. To detect soft errors, redundant software and hardware are introduced frequently by the designers but software techniques have shown their capability to protect against soft errors without any hardware overhead and are more beneficial for their flexibility and low cost as well as easier to deployment. The techniques of Software fault-tolerance enable application protection by constructing redundancy into the compiled code. A new methodology is proposed for tolerating soft errors through triple modular redundancy. Experimental studies show that this method has increased reliability and offer efficient protection via software modulation in comparison to existing duplication and triplication methods.

Keywords: soft errors; fault tolerance; triple modular redundancy; reliability; risk mitigation;
Available: TOWARDS TOLERATING FAULTS BY TRIPLE MODULAR REDUNDANCY by Muhammad Sheikh Sadi, Shaheena Sultana, Md. Moin Al Rashid, Kazi Fahat Lateef is available under cc by-nc 4.0 License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at JSEIS.
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Title:

USER REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENTATION TECHNIQUES: A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS

Authors:

Shah Faisal, Arif Iqbal Umer, Muhammad Abid

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User requirements are high-level abstract requirements based on end users and viewpoints of other stakeholders. They are usually written using natural language, occasionally with the help of domain specific models such as mathematical equations, or even informal models not related to any method or language. The purpose of this work is to analyze methods and languages used for user requirements documentation considering a number of criteria. This analysis is performed after extensive literature research and action research at companies that develop software-intensive systems. The objective is not to show how to find the best technique, the one that will perfectly suit all software projects. The assumption is that stakeholders can benefit from knowing which techniques fit better a number of pre-determined evaluation criteria.

Keywords: requirement engineering; analytic network process; analytic hierarchical process; natural language; decision table; use case;
Available: USER REQUIREMENTS DOCUMENTATION TECHNIQUES: A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS by Shah Faisal, Arif Iqbal Umer, Muhammad Abid is available under cc by-nc 4.0 License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at JSEIS.
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DETECTING SOFTWARE DEFECT PATTERNS AND RULE VIOLATION IDENTIFICATION IN SOURCE CODE

Authors:

Rana Muhammad Ashfaq, Shahbaz A.K. Ghayyur

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Software engineer as a rule takes after a wide range of sorts of examples in source code, a large portion of which are excessively monotonous, making it impossible to archive by developer. At the point when these examples are abused by developer who are unconscious of or disregard those, deformities can undoubtedly present. In this manner, it is profoundly attractive to build up a device that consequently separate different sorts of examples and recognize infringement naturally. We discover 30 systems for discovering designs furthermore discover 17 designs from Literature and from IT master. 30 procedures take after various their own particular systems and own calculations. In this study, we proposed a strategy which consequently extricates different sorts of examples from source code and absconds recognition technique to discover infringement from removed examples. Proposed method distinguishes 17 sorts of infringement, for example, Function utilized together infringement, duplicate glue or clone related imperfections, and variable connection related deformities, reuse API and others. Proposed procedure is accepted by building up a model that created in any mechanical dialect like VB and applies on substantial application like ERP. Results indicate proposed procedure enormously lessened the exertion of physically checking imperfections or infringement from source code by software engineers.

Keywords: source code; data mining; copy paste; clone detection; rule violation; function used;
Available: DETECTING SOFTWARE DEFECT PATTERNS AND RULE VIOLATION IDENTIFICATION IN SOURCE CODE by Rana Muhammad Ashfaq, Shahbaz A.K. Ghayyur is available under cc by-nc 4.0 License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at JSEIS.
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Title:

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS OF IRAQ AND DEVELOPED COUNTRIES

Authors:

MOHd. Khanapi Abd Ghani, Ali Fahem Neamah

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Electronic health records have led to a major transformation in the health care sector. Electronic health records have progressed the person of supply within the varied health care groups. While recognizing the modifications in health care zone, this research studied the implementation and additionally using electronic health records in three advanced countries, the United States, United Kingdom and Australia and one growing country Iraq. The comparison amongst these international locations serves as a lesson for growing international locations and has been duly acknowledged.

Keywords: HER; e-health; NCVHS; NHS; Npfit; NSFS;
Available: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS OF IRAQ AND DEVELOPED COUNTRIES by MOHd. Khanapi Abd Ghani, Ali Fahem Neamah is available under cc by-nc 4.0 License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at JSEIS.
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SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS AND MAPPING STUDIES ON SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: ENCYCLOPEDIA OF OBJECTIVES AND ISSUES FOR NEWBIES

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Muhammad Imran Babar, Masitah Ghazali, Imran Ghani, Falak Sher, Muhammad Jehanzeb, Shahid Nazir Bhatti, Dayang N.A. Jawawi, Awad Ali Abdur Rehman, Frukh Zeshan

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The domain of requirements engineering (RE) is intercepted by the interest of a wider community in the software industry. The role of RE is inevitable in the success and failure of software projects. RE is a multi-dimensional area and it is comprised of stakeholder analysis, requirements elicitation, and requirements prioritization mainly. In RE, the valuable requirements are explored from a critical set of stakeholders and these requirements are prioritized in order to design a system of high assurance. Several systematic literature reviews (SLR) are written related to RE domain which deliver a comprehensive knowledge in the domain of RE. Hence, currently no SLR exists that is able to provide an aggregate knowledge about RE intricacies. In this research, the different systematic reviews were investigated in order to aggregate the generated knowledge in different sub-domains of RE. This research highlights the objectives, sub-objectives of the existing SLRs and also presents information about RE issues in different perspectives. Initially, 214 studies were identified and only 39 studies were included in this SLR for research and analysis purposes.

Keywords: software requirements engineering; systematic literature review; systematic mapping studies; requirements engineering goals; requirements engineering issues; quality aspects;
Available: SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS AND MAPPING STUDIES ON SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: ENCYCLOPEDIA OF OBJECTIVES AND ISSUES FOR NEWBIES by Muhammad Imran Babar, Masitah Ghazali, Imran Ghani, Falak Sher, Muhammad Jehanzeb, Shahid Nazir Bhatti, Dayang N.A. Jawawi, Awad Ali Abdur Rehman, Frukh Zeshan is available under cc by-nc 4.0 License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at JSEIS.
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Title:

A NEW TESTING FRAMEWORK FOR CLOUD-BASED APPLICATION

Authors:

Rana Muhammad Ashfaq

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Cloud computing has really been invented to be the most recent figuring standard that will work several particular research regions, for example, software testing. Testing cloud applications will keep its novel attributes that include later testing systems. Software testing lessens the requirement for tools and software administrations furthermore give versatile and significant Cloud stage. Testing inside the cloud phase is smoothly reasonable in light of new test models and criteria. We give an overview regard to fundamental contribution, designs, patterns, reasons for living, challenges and possible research direction. We give a review of software testing over the cloud literature and categorize the body of work in the field.

Keywords: source code; software development; data mining; cloud computing; cloud testing; software testing;
Available: A NEW TESTING FRAMEWORK FOR CLOUD-BASED APPLICATION by Rana Muhammad Ashfaq is available under cc by-nc 4.0 License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at JSEIS.
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Title:

A LOW-COST ARDUINO-BASED SMART OBSTACLE (LASO) SENSING CANE FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE

Authors:

Rahat Ali Khan, Altaf Mazhar Soomro, Shakeel Ahmed Shah, Mazhar Ali, Sadam Hussain

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Humans are blessed in all aspects if they have no disability. Despite that some are not as fortunate as they are having some disability by some disease or by any mishap. Blindness being one of them and is very common. The surveys by the World Health Organization say that the developing countries have 90% of the cases of visually impaired persons. The visual impairment is related directly to navigation. The movements and the motion of the movements are due to visual sight. We take care of and avoid the coming obstacles in our way. One more factor is the liquid on the surface that could be water or anything. As technological developments have grown Information and Communication Technology is vast spread and electronics have led to low-cost components. These advantages have made possible for researchers to work on several projects for the betterment of humanity. This paper is based on Low-cost Arduino-based Smart Obstacle (LASO) Sensing Cane hardware aimed for visually impaired people. This proposed hardware is developed locally and can be made in any environment in a very low amount. Arduino has been used in this hardware which is a good enhancement and easy-to-use component making the proposed system useful.

Keywords: visual impairment; information and communication; arduino; disability; low-cost; obstacle sensing;
Available: A LOW-COST ARDUINO-BASED SMART OBSTACLE (LASO) SENSING CANE FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE by Rahat Ali Khan, Altaf Mazhar Soomro, Shakeel Ahmed Shah, Mazhar Ali, Sadam Hussain is available under cc by-nc 4.0 License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at JSEIS.
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Title:

IMPLICATIONS OF EMOTIONS IN HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION AND AFFECTIVE COMPUTING

Authors:

Warda Afzal, Wajeeha Azmat

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The most basic component of being human is having emotions which add richness to everything that we experience in this life. The design, implementation and evaluation of interactive computer systems are incomplete without the understanding of human emotions. Moreover, emotional intelligence is the way forward as adapting to user needs is very critical for success. HCI systems need to be natural and trustworthy for which emotional side of human nature needs to be incorporated in computers. The paper will present an overview of existing HCI applications that utilize emotions and focus on its effects in normal daily life.

Keywords: human computer interaction; emotions; interactive computer systems; implications; HCI;
Available: IMPLICATIONS OF EMOTIONS IN HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION AND AFFECTIVE COMPUTING by Warda Afzal, Wajeeha Azmat is available under cc by-nc 4.0 License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at JSEIS.
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Title:

A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK BDDMBT TO OVERCOME THE QUALITY CHALLENGES OF MOBILE NETWORK

Authors:

Neelam Nasir, Muhammad Nabeel

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Increasing complexity and size of mobile networks are challenging factor for testing and requirement process, both phases of software development life cycle have great prolonged impact on cost and quality. In mobile network industry due to rapidly emerging competition the organizations are focusing on gaining quality attributes, not compromising on techniques and tool to ensure quality. To reduce unambiguous requirements may reduce testing interval thus, in order to resolve these issues, we have combined BDD to MBT. In this regard, the name of the suggested framework is Behavior Driven Development Model Based Testing (BDDMBT). An exploratory research as one of the objective of the study has been used to gather preliminary information that will help to define problems and suggest the conceptual framework BDDMBT.

Keywords: behavior driven development; model based testing; mobile network; model based testing;
Available: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK BDDMBT TO OVERCOME THE QUALITY CHALLENGES OF MOBILE NETWORK by Neelam Nasir, Muhammad Nabeel is available under cc by-nc 4.0 License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at JSEIS.
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