System Assurances: Modeling and Management updates on system assurance and performance methods using advanced analytics and understanding of software reliability growth modeling from today's debugging team's point-of-view, along with information on preventive and predictive maintenance and the efficient use of testing resources. The book presents the rapidly growing application areas of systems and software modeling, including intelligent synthetic characters, human-machine interface, menu generators, user acceptance analysis, picture archiving and software systems. Students, research scholars, academicians, scientists and industry practitioners will benefit from the book as it provides better insights into modern related global trends, issues and practices.
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Table of Contents
1. Statistical analysis approach for the quality assessment of open-source software Yoshinobu Tamura and Shigeru Yamada 2. Analytical modeling and performance evaluation of SIP signaling protocol: Analytical modeling of SIP Nikesh Choudhary, Vandana Khaitan (nee Gupta), and Vaneeta Goel 3. An empirical validation for predicting bugs and the release time of open source software using entropy measures-Software reliability growth models Anjali Munde 4. Risk assessment of starting air system of marine diesel engine using fuzzy failure mode and effects analysis Rajesh S. Prabhu Gaonkar and Sunay P. Pai 5. Test scenario generator learning for model-based testing of mobile robots Gert Kanter and Marti Ingmar Liibert 6. Testing effort-dependent software reliability growth model using time lag functions under distributed environment Sudeept Singh Yadav, Avneesh Kumar, Prashant Johri, and J.N. Singh 7. Design and performance analysis of MIMO PID controllers for a paper machine subsystem Niharika Varshney, Parvesh Saini, and Ashutosh Dixit 8. Network and security leveraging IoT and image processing: A quantum leap forward Ajay Sudhir Bale, S. Saravana Kumar, S. Varun Yogi, Swetha Vura, R. Baby Chithra, N. Vinay, and P. Pravesh 9. Modeling software patching process inculcating the impact of vulnerabilities discovered and disclosed Deepti Aggrawal, Jasmine Kaur, and Adarsh Anand 10. Extension of software reliability growth models by several testing-time functions Yuka Minamino, Shinji Inoue, and Shigeru Yamada 11. A semi-Markov model of a system working under uncertainty R.K. Bhardwaj, Purnima Sonker, and Ravinder Singh 12. Design and evaluation of parallel-series IRM system Sridhar Akiri, P. Sasikala, Pavan Kumar Subbara, and VSS Yadavalli 13. Modeling and availability assessment of smart building automation systems with multigoal maintenance Yuriy Ponochovniy, Vyacheslav Kharchenko, and Olga Morozova 14. A study of bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains in the context of client types, transactions, and underlying network architecture Rohaila Naaz and Ashendra Kumar Saxena 15. High assurance software architecture and design Muhammad Ehsan Rana and Omar S. Saleh 16. Online condition monitoring and maintenance of photovoltaic system Neeraj Khera 17. Fault diagnosis and fault tolerance Afaq Ahmad and Sayyid Samir Al Busaidi 18. True power loss diminution by Improved Grasshopper Optimization Algorithm Lenin Kanagasabai 19. Security analytics Vani Rajasekar, J Premalatha, and Rajesh Kumar Dhanaraj 20. Stochastic modeling of the mean time between software failures: A review Gabriel Pena, Veronica Moreno, and Nestor Barraza 21. Inliers prone distributions: Perspectives and future scopes K. Muralidharan and Pratima Bavagosai 22. Integration of TPM, RCM, and CBM: A practical approach applied in Shipbuilding industry Rupesh Kumtekar, Swapnil Kamble, and Suraj Rane 23. Revolutionizing the internet of things with swarm intelligence Abhishek Kumar, Jyotir Moy Chatterjee, Manju Payal, and Pramod Singh Rathore 24. Security and challenges in IoT-enabled systems S. Kala and S. Nalesh 25. Provably correct aspect-oriented modeling with UPPAAL timed automata Juri Vain, Leonidas Tsiopoulos, and Gert Kanter 26. Relevance of data mining techniques in real life Palwinder Kaur Mangat and Kamaljit Singh Saini 27. D-PPSOK clustering algorithm with data sampling for clustering big data analysis C. Suresh Gnana Dhas, N. Yuvaraj, N.V. Kousik, and Tadele Degefa Geleto 28. A review on optimal placement of phasor measurement unit (PMU) Ashutosh Dixit, Arindam Chowdhury, and Parvesh Saini 29. Effective motivational factors and comprehensive study of information security and policy challenges M. Arvindhan 30. Integration of wireless communication technologies in internet of vehicles for handover decision and network selection Shaik Mazhar Hussain, Kamaludin Mohamad Yusof, Afaq Ahmad, and Shaik Ashfaq Hussain 31. Modeling HIV-TB coinfection with illegal immigrants and its stability analysis Rajinder Sharma
Prashant Johri Professor, School of Computing Science and Engineering, Galgotias University, Greater Noida, India.
Dr. Prashant Johri. Professor in School of Computing Science & Engineering, Galgotias University, Greater Noida, India. He completed his B.Sc.(H) in 1992 and M.C.A. in 1992 from A.M.U, Aligarh and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Jiwaji University, Gwalior in 2011, India. He has also worked as a Professor and Director (M.C.A.), Galgotias Institute of Management and Technology and Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology, Gr. Noida. He has served as Chair in many conferences in India and Abroad. He has supervised 2 PhD students and M. Tech. students. He published more than 100 research papers in National and International Journals and Conferences. He has published edited books in Elsevier and Springer. He organized several Conferences / Workshops/Seminars at the national and international levels. His research interest includes Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science, Deep Reinforcement Learning, Information Security, Cloud Computing, Block Chain, Healthcare, Agriculture, Image Processing, Software Reliability.
Adarsh Anand Assistant Professor, Departmetn of Operational Research, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.
Dr. Adarsh Anand did his Ph.D. in the area of Operational Research. Presently he is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Operational Research, University of Delhi (INDIA). He has been conferred with Young Promising Researcher in the field of Technology Management and Software Reliability by Society for Reliability Engineering, Quality and Operations Management in 2012. He is a lifetime member of the Society for Reliability Engineering, Quality and Operations Management. He is also on the editorial board of International Journal of Mathematical, Engineering and Management Sciences. He has edited two books entitled "System reliability Management: Solutions & Technologies and "Recent Advancements in Software Reliability Assurance; both by CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group. He has Guest edited several Special Issues for Journals of international repute. His research interest includes software reliability growth modelling, modelling innovation adoption and successive generations in marketing, and social network analysis.
Juri Vain Tenure Professor of Formal Methods, Department of Software Science, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia.
Prof. Juri Vain graduated in System Engineering from Tallinn Polytechnic Institute, Estonia in 1979. He received his PhD in computer science from the Institute of Cybernetics at Estonian Academy of Sciences in 1987. Currently, he is Tenure Professor of Formal Methods at the Department of Software Science, Tallinn University of Technology. His research interests include formal methods, model-based testing, cyber physical systems, human-computer interaction, autonomous robotics, and artificial intelligence. He has been leading researcher in several international projects under EU framework programs and Centre of Excellence on Human Adaptive Mechatronics at Tokyo Denki University. He has published 200 scientific articles including journal papers, book chapters and conference papers. He has been invited speaker at many international conferences and summer schools. Under his supervision 8 PhD thesis and more than 20 MSc thesis have been defended. He is teaching formal methods, model-based testing and constraint logic programming
Jagvinder Singh Assistant Professor, USME, DTU East Campus, India.
Dr. Jagvinder Singh is an Assistant Professor at USME, DTU East Campus. He has completed his Ph.D (Operations Research) as well as M.sc (Operations Research) from University of Delhi (D.U). He has more than 8 years of teaching experience at University of Delhi in teaching the students of graduation as well as post graduation level. He has more than 30 research papers published to his credit at various reputed national as well as international journals some of them are published by renowned publishing houses such as Elsevier, Emerald, Taylor &Francis, Springer etc. His area of specialization is Mathematical Modelling in software reliability and management sciences. He is also involved as a supervisor and is guiding 4 of his research scholars.
Mohammad Tabrez Quasim Assistant Professor, Univeristy of Bisha, Saudi Arabia.
Dr.Mohammd Tabrez Quasim received his Ph.D ( Computer Science) from Tilkamanjhi Bhagalpur University and M.C.A. from Punjab Technical University, Punjab, India. Presently he is working as Assistant Professor at University of Bisha, Saudi Arabia. His research interests include but are not limited to IOT, Big Data, Cloud Computing, Blockchain, Wireless Sensors Networks. He has more than 10 year of experience in his research area. He has published many journal articles, Edited Book, Book Chapters and conference papers in various internationally recognized academic databases. He is contributing to the research community by various volunteer activities in the capacity of editor for many journal and conference chair in various reputed IEEE/Springer.