Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
David W. Erbach (Director), Qi Li, Rong Yang
Department of Computer Science
Master of Science
The quality of information systems in any organization helps to determine the
efficiency of the organization. Many organizations maintain a custom software portfolio, whose quality is important to the organization. Management would like to optimize the portfolio’s quality. Decisions about software replacement or enhancement are made based on organizational needs and priorities. The development resources allocated help in determining the quality of new software, and should be put to optimal use. Enhancing existing software might sound cheap and easy but it is not always efficient. This thesis proposes a simulation model - iKriya - for this problem. It explores the consequences of various development and maintenance policies which might be applied.These depend on the state of existing software portfolio, the queue and properties of proposed projects, and the resources available. Optimal decisions are made by the simulator by taking the above mentioned factors into consideration.
Computer Sciences | Databases and Information Systems | Software Engineering | Systems Architecture
Murthy, Sindhu Dharani, "Ikriya: Simulating Software Quality Enhancement With Selected Replacement Policies" (2013). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 1247.
Databases and Information Systems Commons, Software Engineering Commons, Systems Architecture Commons