Monday 20th of November 2017
 

Organizing Software Architecture based Measurement Analysis (OSAMA) Model


Osama Abu Elnasr

Todays software engineering organizations seek to develop and improve the models that follow and are trying in various ways to reach the highest levels of quality in order to achieve user satisfaction. Organizing Software Architecture based Measurement Analysis (OSAMA) model provides a way that allows a great control on management, development, review, prediction and estimation issues. OSAMA combines a wide range of software quality assurance (SQA) components and their related static analysis and testing activities all of which are work together in a coherent manner to provide cost-effective approach for achieving high level of quality. It also introduces the mapping between OSAMA and RUP (Rational Unified Process) model as iterative development methodologies. An empirical analysis of NASA CM1 software metrics has been done using statistical regression analysis approach to justify the model. The results show that the behavior of the faults and hence the software quality can be predicted early and accurately based on static measurement analysis.

Keywords: SQA, Static Analysis, Testing, Fault, OSAMA, RUP, Regression Analysis

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Osama Abu Elnasr
Lecture Assistant Of computer science, Faculty of computers and information sciences, Mansoura university. I interested in software quality, testing, measurement and machine learning.


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