|Course title||Software reliability|
|Institution||Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Techniques Avancées|
|Course address||ENSTA ParisTech – Palaiseau|
|Minimum year of study||3rd year|
|Minimum level of English||Good|
|Minimum level of French||None|
software reliability, operational environment fault removal, measurement, trend analysis
|Professor responsible||Florin POPENTIU|
|Telephone||01 45 81 78 19|
|Fax||01 45 81 31 19|
|Participating professors||Florin POPENTIU, "UNESCO Chair" Department in Information Technologies, University of Oradea (Romania)/The Danish Technical University, DTU Informatics|
|Number of places||Minimum: 10, Maximum: 30, Reserved for local students: 0|
Motto: “Prediction is very difficult especially of the future” ( Niels Bohr)
The course is focused on practical applications using software reliability toolkits on real world projects.
|Programme to be followed||
Day 1: Key features of software systems; Trustworthy software; Software Forensics.
Day 4: Reliability assessment; Evaluation of software reliability predictions.
Exercises: The students will experience teamwork. Project: Development of a software project by teams of students (usually five of them).
Methodological References Alternation of the exposed paper based on the course support under electronic format with the involvement of the students into debates. The copy of transparencies on CD-ROM and the Web pages: http://www2.imm.dtu.dk/~popentiu/Software_Reliability.html . Also the support of the course is accompanied by video illustrations and case studies with software tools.
|Prerequisites||Basic knowledge in statistics.|
Exam based on a mini-project programmed during the computer based sessions