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The Intensity of Fault Slip Through in Software Process
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.214-216  
Vamsi Mohan V
fault slippage, fault-slip-through, early bug detection, fault latency.
The improvement of software development process is gradually refining. Software companies are trying to deliver bug-free, efficient product in a less time. Now a days, the competition between the IT companies are increased and the companies need improvements that can decrease the lead-time and improve the delivery precision. It is not enough, if companies develop the products on time but also need to be considering the quality of the product. Efficient and effective testing methods find bugs in early stages rather than finding in later stages or in production time. Early catching of bugs will reduce the rework time and also cheaper to find and remove. Rework commonly accounts more than half of the development time. The main reason for high rework cost is because of fault slippage from earlier phases. As an input to this improvement, this article explains the intensity of fault-slippage, which determines the faults that could have been more cost efficient to find in earlier phases of software development and life-cycle
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