Monday 19th of February 2018

Enterprise-Wide Logging Through Software Life-Cycle

Sylvia Encheva and

A software has distinctive phases; design, development, testing, deployment and retirement. Logging helps developers, testers, maintainers, and managers to effectively acting, reacting, and interacting with the planned and unplanned events during a program execution. A software gets input from and put output to its dynamically changing operating environments. Logging helps to record historical events to be used for error-correction, capacity planning, and general value added amendments to its functions.

Keywords: Software engineering, events logging, proactive modeling, reactive planning, distributive collaborative reporting.

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Sylvia Encheva
Sylvia Encheva is professor in mathematics and informatics at Stord/Haugesund University College. Her research interests are within decision support systems, non-classical logics, and fuzzy systems.

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