Committee 
Date Time 
Place 
Paper Title / Authors 
Abstract 
Paper # 
R 
20230615 14:15 
Tokyo 
KikaiShinkoKaikan Bldg. (Primary: Onsite, Secondary: Online) 
Changepoint Detection of Fault Counting Data Based on Anomaly Detection Methodology for Software Reliability Assessment Shin Danjo, Yuka Minamino, Masashi Kuwano (Tottori Univ), Taku Moriyama (Yokohama City Univ), Shinji Inoue (Kansai Univ) R20237 
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R20237 pp.16 
R 
20230527 15:50 
Aichi 
Aichi University (Primary: Onsite, Secondary: Online) 
R20236 
In the parameter estimation of nonhomogeneous Poisson processes by means of
the maximum likelihood method, the genera... [more] 
R20236 pp.2732 
R 
20221007 14:25 
Fukuoka 
(Primary: Onsite, Secondary: Online) 
A note on Polynomial Software Reliability Models Siqiao Li, Tadashi Dohi, Hiroyuki Okamura (Hiroshima Univ.) R202235 
In this article, we propose two novel nonhomogeneous Poisson process (NHPP)based software reliability models (SRMs), c... [more] 
R202235 pp.1924 
R 
20211130 14:50 
Online 
Online 
Safety Analysis for SafetyRelated Software Based on a Fault Detection Count Model Shinji Inoue (Kansai Univ.), Takaji Fujiwara (SRATECH Lab.), Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R202138 
IEC 61508 is widely known as the international standard for the functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable ... [more] 
R202138 pp.2429 
R 
20210717 14:00 
Online 
Virtual 
A Software Reliability Assessment Tool with Wavelet Shrinkage Estimation Jingchi Wu, Tadashi Dohi, Hiroyuki Okamura (Hiroshima Univ.) R202118 
Wavelet shrinkage estimation is a nonparametric technique to estimate the intensity function in
nonhomogeneous Poiss... [more] 
R202118 pp.1217 
R 
20210612 15:50 
Online 
Online (Zoom) 
Towards More Accurate Software Bug Prediction: Maximum Likelihood Predictions Daigo Fujimura, Tadashi Dohi, Hiroyuki Okamura (Hiroshima Univ.) R202115 
In this note, we consider point prediction methods for the number of software bugs decetced in
the future with the bug... [more] 
R202115 pp.2530 
R 
20210528 11:35 
Online 
Online 
Software Framework Design for Machine Learning System Reliability Mitsunari Kobayashi, Daisuke Komaki (Hitachi) R20213 
Recently, enterprise software featuring Machine Learning (AI software) has widely adopted. Since behavior of AI software... [more] 
R20213 pp.1318 
R 
20210528 15:25 
Online 
Online 
Software Reliability Analysis Based on Generalized Nonlinear Yule Processes Siqiao Li, Tadashi Dohi, Hiroyuki Okamura (Hiroshima Univ.) R20217 
In this note, we consider two specific software reliability models (SRMs) with nonlinear modification, which are categor... [more] 
R20217 pp.3540 
KBSE 
20210306 14:25 
Online 
Online 
KBSE202046 
In recent years, the use of open source software (OSS) in product software has been increasing in the industrial world, ... [more] 
KBSE202046 pp.7176 
R 
20201211 14:50 
Online 
Online 
Longterm Software Fault Prediction with Wavelet Shrinkage Estimation Jingchi Wu Hu, Tadashi Dohi, Hiroyuki Okamura (Hiroshima Univ.) R202032 
Recently, wavelet shrinkage estimation received considerable attentions to estimate stochastic processes such as a nonh... [more] 
R202032 pp.1217 
R 
20201016 13:50 
Online 
Online 
The Estimation of Optimal Maintenance Time Considering GUI Based on Deep Learning Yanagisawa Taku, Tamura Yosinobu (Tokyo City Univ), Yamada Sigeru (Tottori Univ) R202021 
Almost all software reliability models have been proposed for the testing phase in software projects. The open source so... [more] 
R202021 pp.1318 
R 
20191213 15:25 
Tokyo 
KikaiShinkoKaikan Bldg. 
Lindley Type Distributions and Software Reliability Assessment Qi Xiao, Tadashi Dohi, Hiroyuki Okamura (Hiroshima Univ.) R201953 
Dennis Victor Lindley proposed an interesting oneparameter continuous probability distribition, which is called Lindley... [more] 
R201953 pp.1924 
R 
20191128 14:10 
Osaka 
Central Electric Club 
Nonhomogeneous Markov Process Modeling for Software Reliability Assessment Siqiao Li, Tadashi Dohi, Hiroyuki Okamura (Hiroshima U.) R201944 
In this paper, we focus on nonhomogeneous Markov processes, which are generalizations of the wellknown nonhomogeneous... [more] 
R201944 pp.712 
R 
20191128 14:35 
Osaka 
Central Electric Club 
ProcessOriented Software Reliability Modeling with Debugging Difficulties Shinji Inoue (Kansai Univ.), Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R201945 
We discuss software reliability growth modeling by considering the relationship between the debugging process, which mai... [more] 
R201945 pp.1318 
R 
20191025 14:00 
Nagasaki 
Fukue Culture Center 
Multiple ChangePoint Modeling for Software Reliability Assessment Shinji Inoue (Kansai Univ.), Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R201938 
We discuss Markovian imperfect debugging modeling for software reliability assessment with multiple changes of testing e... [more] 
R201938 pp.16 
R 
20181026 14:00 
Tokyo 
KikaiShinkoKaikan Bldg. 
A Note on Goodnessoffit Tests for Software Reliability Models Hiroyuki Okamura, Daisuke Sumida, Tadashi Dohi (Hiroshima Univ.) R201834 
Software reliability models (SRMs) are the stochastic processes of the number of faults detected in the development phas... [more] 
R201834 pp.16 
R 
20180525 15:30 
Aichi 
Aichi Institute of Technology, Motoyama Campus 
Bayesian Interval Estimation of Optimal Software Release Time Based on a Discretized NHPP Model Shinji Inoue (Kansai Univ.), Shigeru Yamada (Tottori Univ.) R20184 
We discuss an approach for obtaining interval estimation of optimal software release time which is derived by a discreti... [more] 
R20184 pp.1924 
R 
20180525 15:55 
Aichi 
Aichi Institute of Technology, Motoyama Campus 
Bootstrap Software Reliability Assessment Method and Its Application to Automotive Software Keita Sano (AISIN SEIKI), Takaji Fujiwara (SRATECH Lab), Mitsuhiro Kimura (Hosei Univ.) R20185 
Although automotive software is required to have high reliability in terms of product characteristics, it is becoming di... [more] 
R20185 pp.2530 
SS, MSS 
20180118 15:05 
Hiroshima 

Deadline Assignment Optimization Method Using Extended Time Petri Nets for RealTime Multitask Distributed Systems Sharing Processors with EDF Scheduling Reon Matsuoka, Akio Nakata (Hiroshima City Univ.) MSS201756 SS201743 
In the development of embedded software which requires high reliability satisfaction of hard requirements for both compu... [more] 
MSS201756 SS201743 pp.5358 
R 
20170728 15:00 
Hokkaido 
Wakkanai Sun Hotel 
The Software Failure and Reliability Assessment Tool (SFRAT)
 A Platform to Foster Collaboration  Vidhyashree Nagaraju, Venkateswaran Shekar (Univ. of Massachusetts Dartmouth), Thierry Wandji (NAVAIR), Lance Fiondella (Univ. of Massachusetts Dartmouth) R201719 
This paper presents the application architecture of SFRAT, a free and open source application to promote the quantitativ... [more] 
R201719 pp.3136 