Comparative Study on Pre-Mature Software reliability methods

Software industry suffers many challenges in developing a high quality reliable software. Many factors affect their development such as the schedule, limited resources, uncertainty in the developing environment and inaccurate requirement specification. Software Reliability Growth Models (SRGM) were significantly used to help in solving these problems by accurately predicting the number of faults in the software during both development and testing processes. The issue of building growth models was the subject of many research works. In this paper, we explore the use of fuzzy logic to build a SRGM. The proposed fuzzy model consists of a collection of linear sub-models joined together smoothly using fuzzy membership functions to represent the fuzzy model.

Enhancement of Security on E-commerce Based Application Using R-Idea Algorithm With Random key Generation Approach Paper Id:

A computer network is an interconnected group of computing nodes, using a well defined protocol to interact and share resource in predicate manner. Security over the network is widely required, recognized and accepted. Security plays a crucial and critical role in e-commerce and m-commerce channels. To address the security a number of algorithms have been proposed and many are being used in cryptography to secure our information. But security is a question till now. The purpose of this paper is to introduce and demonstrate a new algorithm for e-commerce based information security. The purposed algorithm is based on IDEA (International Data Encryption Algorithm), IDEA is a powerful algorithm, and no successful liner or algebraic weakness reported yet. Since 1996 till date there is no change in IDEA algorithm. The proposed paper has implement of randomized key generation, to enhance the security in the existing IDEA algorithm.

Multi Agent Based Environment to measure complexity for software testing.

Agent Oriented modeling in software engineering is a new phenomena, we have observed that Agent- mediated environment and their technique represent an exciting new means of analyzing, designing and building complex software systems. Agent oriented software engineering significantly improves current practice in software engineering and to extend the assortment of applications that can be tackled feasibly. Yet, to date, no standard methodologies, development tools, or software architectures. In this paper we are emphasized on Agent-oriented modeling approach to the conceptualization process. It defines agent models and proposes a high-level methodology for agent oriented analysis and design. Agent-oriented approaches can significantly enhance our ability to model, design and build complex (distributed) software systems. This paper therefore provides agent theory for software scenario.

Occupational Stress & Library Professional in Digital Environment.

In today corporate as well as institutional world, the most important concept is Job stress. Occupational stress is also called as burnout. Library Professional in academic libraries now appears to suffer from occupational stress. In present era the library professionals are faces with constant challenges in their working environments. In term of documents, infrastructure facilities, information etc. users expectations always seems to exceed librarys capacity in this digital environment. Stress study amongst library professionals is topical and challenging due to stress prevalence on the larger society affects library professionals. The study will focus on the significance of difference and association between mean Stress scores of library professionals and independent variables in private engineering & management colleges of Haryana State. The T-test and ANOVA test are used for this purpose. A structured questionnaire was constructed in two parts: General Data Sheet and Quality of Work life was used to collect the primary data.