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IPA/SEC (2014) Software Engineering Center of the Information-Technology Promotion Agency Japan. Software High-Reliability Center, IPA/SEC White Paper 2014 on Software Development Project in Japan.

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  • TITLE: Design-Stage Prediction of Project Correctness or Incorrectness

    AUTHORS: Kazuhiro Esaki

    KEYWORDS: Software Reliability, Software Development Project, Correctness or Incorrectness, Prediction Model, Project Management, Success Degree, Judgment Technique

    JOURNAL NAME: Intelligent Information Management, Vol.10 No.2, March 23, 2018

    ABSTRACT: The success of a software development project requires the early objective determination of the project’s correctness or incorrectness and the identification of the most effective solution for project management. However, few studies have been conducted on the reliable quantitative early judgment of correctness or incorrectness. In recent years, the collection and accumulation of actual attribute data from Japanese domestic software development projects have been conducted by the Software Engineering Centre of the Information-Technology Promotion Agency of Japan. In a previous article, we proposed a precise definition of project correctness or incorrectness and identified the important factors in successful projects; we also proposed a quantitative decision-making method for judging project correctness or incorrectness objectively and quantitatively on the basis of discriminant analysis using project completion attribute data. On the basis of the previous results, we propose a quantitative decision-making technique for the early judging of project correctness or incorrectness based on the attribute data of design stage as early stage of development.