Active Standard

IEEE 1633-2016

IEEE Recommended Practice on Software Reliability

The methods for assessing and predicting the reliability of software, based on a life-cycle approach to software reliability engineering (SRE), are prescribed in this recommended practice. It provides information necessary for the application of software reliability (SR) measurement to a project, lays a foundation for building consistent methods, and establishes the basic principle for collecting the data needed to assess and predict the reliability of software. The recommended practice prescribes how any user can participate in SR assessments and predictions.

Sponsor Committee
RS/SC - IEEE Reliability
Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2013-06-14
Superseding
1633-2008
Board Approval
2016-09-22
History
Published:
2017-01-18

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Reliability Society
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Sponsor Committee
RS/SC - IEEE Reliability
Working Group
1633_WG - Software Reliability Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Christian Orlando
Contact
Working Group Chair
Ann Neufelder
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1633-2008

IEEE Recommended Practice on Software Reliability

Draft D12 This recommended practice prescribes the methods for assessing and predicting the reliability of software, based on a life cycle approach to software reliability engineering. It provides information necessary for the application of software reliability measurement to a project, lays a foundation for building consistent methods, and establishes the basic principle for collecting the data needed to assess and predict the reliability of software. The document prescribes how any user can participate in on going software reliability assessments and predictions.

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