Reliability plays a really important role for getting quality software. Already developed models of reliability prediction are well-recognised resources to support the management of software quality. Though many practitioners proposed several reliability prediction models but still, these prediction models have various problems during the use in the industry because there is a gap between proper implementation of software reliability prediction model development and their industrial use. There is a need to fill the gap between these two bridges of problems. Also the literature review of previous work and best practices, discloses the noticeable needs and importance of software reliability prediction. With this, author also gives some suggestions to practitioners for increasing the usability of the reliability prediction models. This article may help to developers for reducing the failure rate and enhancing the software reliability.
Sahu, Kavita and K. Srivastava, R.
"Needs and Importance of Reliability Prediction: An Industrial Perspective,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 9
, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol9/iss1/5