Software System Engineering: Quantification of software using Measures of Effectiveness
Sri Vasavi College, Erode Self-Finance Wing, 3rd February 2017. National Conference on Computer and Communication, NCCC’17. International Journal of Computer Science (IJCS) Published by SK Research Group of Companies (SKRGC)
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A system-engineering principle specifically to the development of large, complex software systems provides a powerful tool for process and product management. Software engineering has its early roots in system engineering which is reflected in their many common terms. System engineering looks at controlling the total system development including software. Software engineering looks at controlling just software development. This type of Application can be called as component Engineering. The application of system engineering to the development of software gives a large measure of control software development. Quantification of the software can be done on various factors. The proposed work describes novel and quantitative software readiness criteria to support objective and effective decision-making at process level. The system performance can be quantified using evaluation criteria, technical performance measures. The performance criteria will show how the system satisfies its requirement. Evaluation criteria are often called the measures of effectiveness. This effectiveness of the complex problem can be attained using optimization techniques which acts as a tool for the measures. The comparison can done through an optimizing technique.
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