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State of the Art Software Development in the Automotive Industry and Analysis upon Applicability of Software Fault Prediction

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State of the Art Software Development in the Automotive Industry and Analysis upon Applicability of Software Fault Prediction (Volume 119) (English shop)

Harald Altinger (Author)

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ISBN-13 (Hard Copy) 9783736995086
ISBN-13 (eBook) 9783736985087
Language English
Page Number 206
Lamination of Cover matt
Edition 1. Aufl.
Book Series Audi Dissertationsreihe
Volume 119
Publication Place Göttingen
Place of Dissertation Graz
Publication Date 2017-03-28
General Categorization Dissertation
Departments Informatics
Keywords Automotive, Software development, Software fault prediction, Development tools
Description

In recent years the amount of software within automobiles has increased up to 100 Million LOC in modern day premium vehicles. Virtually all innovations in automotive engineering in the last decade include software components. Parallel to this increasing amount, testing becomes more vital. Automotive software development follows restrictive guidelines in terms of coding standard, language limitations and processes. Traditionally testing is a core part of automotive development, but the raising number of features increases the time and money required to perform all tests. Repeating them multiple times due to programming errors might jeopardises a cars introduction on the market. SFP is a new approach to forecast bugs already at time of commit, thus to guide test engineers upon defining testing hotspots. This work reports on the first successful application using model driven and code generated automotive software as a case study and a success prediction rate up to 97% upon a bug or fault free commit. A compiled and published dataset is presented along with analysis upon the used software metrics. Performance data achieved using different machine learning algorithms is given. An indepth analysis upon factors preventing CPFP is conducted. Further usage and practical application areas will conclude the work.