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Software reliability engineering has existed for over 50 years, fundamental prerequisite for virtually all modern systems. Diverse set of stakeholders requires pragmatic guidance and tools to apply software reliability models to assess real software or firmware projects during each stage of the software development lifecycle. Reliability engineers may lack software development experience. Software engineers may be unfamiliar with methods to predict software reliability. Both may have challenges acquiring data needed for the analyses.
Newly revised IEEE 1633 Recommended Practice for Software Reliability provides actionable step by step procedures for employing software reliability models and analyses.