Towards the anti- Ageing model for application software

Jamaiah Yahaya, Aziz Deraman

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Software products do exhibit a behaviour that closely resembles human ageing. Like people, software too gets old and similar to human we can't prevent ageing, but we can understand its causes and take steps to limit its effects. As a logical product, software is not getting older physically, but in some circumstances the relevance and importance of it is getting lesser and lesser to its environment. Thus, this is the phenomena of getting older. Unlike human ageing, software ageing function can be formulated by relevant, failure, cost, technology and etc. Identifying and detecting these factors will help to rejuvenate the software and delays the ageing. In this paper, the background research in software quality and certification are discussed and explored. The previous works motivated and led us to the development of software anti- Ageing model and its related areas such as ageing factors and rejuvenation index.

Original languageEnglish
JournalUnknown Journal
Volume2198
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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