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This guide accomplishes the following tasks: (a) Describes how to apply IEEE Std 1044-1993 (b) Describes what is and is not compliant customization by (1) Providing examples of use and customization (2) Providing example definitions of classification terms and situations where different definitions might be applicable (c)Provides some additional explanation of the "supporting data items" from IEEE Std 1044-1993 (d) Provides examples of measures that can be derived from the classification data (e) Provides examples of where those metrics are useful (f) Describes methods for analyzing the classification data
The purpose of this guide is to provide supporting information to assist users who are applying the IEEE Std 1044-1993, IEEE Standard Classification for Software Anomalies, whether to conform completely to IEEE Std 1044-1993 or just to extract ideas from it. The guide will enable users of IEEE Std 1044-1933 to implement and customize IEEE Std 1044-1993 for their organization in an effective and efficient manner.
New IEEE Standard - Inactive-Withdrawn. Administratively withdrawn This guide provides supporting information to assist users applying the IEEE Std 1044-1993, IEEE Standard Classification for Software Anomalies to decide whether to conform completely or just extract ideas from that standard. This guide will enable users of IEEE Std 1044-1993 to implement and customize IEEE Std 1044-1993 for their organization in an effective and efficient manner.