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This book is intended to serve as a textbook of applied physics/Physics paper of the undergraduate students of B.E., B.Tech and Application of computer software has crossed into many different fields, with software being an essential part of industrial, commercial and military systems. Because of its many applications in safety critical systems, software reliability is now an important research area. Software vulnerability can be seen as a flaw or weakness in the system that can be exploited by an attacker in order to alter the normal behavior of the system. Vulnerability management is the cyclical practice of identifying, classifying, remediating, and mitigating vulnerabilities. Industrial Technology Management is the use of engineering and manufacturing technology to make production faster, simpler and more efficient. The industrial technology field employs creative and technically proficient individuals who can help a company achieve efficient and profitable productivity.
Papers in this book are classified into six main areas, namely, Software Reliability, Quality, Vulnerability, Optimization, Technology Management and Innovation. We hope that this book will prove to be a useful resource for academicians, researchers and engineers.
1. Technology Management Through Intellectual Property Rights 2. Two Practical Software Reliability Growth Models for Software Project Management 3. Management of Technology and Innovation for Nation Building 4. Even, Inventors Require Help 5. Quality Beyond “Product and Service” Delivery 6. Vulnerability Discovery Modeling 7. Chance Constrained Redundancy Allocation Problem with Imprecise Component Reliabilities via Genetic Algorithm: A Simulation Based Approach 8. Life Estimation of Electronic Sub-assembly by MultipleAccelerated Life Tests 9. Technology Management in Segmented Markets 10. Partition Algorithm for Frequent Pattern Mining Using TwoColumns Atomic Data Layout 11. A Production Model with Variable Holding Cost, Backloggingand Inﬂation Under Fuzzy Environment 12. Location Based Authentication Using Node’s Coordinates 13. Uniﬁcation Schemes in Software Reliability: A State of Art 14. Life Estimation of Electronic Sub-assembly by Multiple Accelerated Life Tests 15. Simultaneous Consideration of Time & Price for Adoption of Consumer Durables 16. Green Six Sigma for Sustainable Business Practices 17. Introducing Path Selection Algorithm in Reliability Analysis of Component Based Software System 18. A Study of S-shaped Software Reliability Growth Modeling with Testing Effort 19. Bass Model Incorporating Change in the Adoption Rate: A Study in Discrete Environment 20. Reliability Estimation of Shutdown System Considering Common Cause Failures 21. Retailer’s Optimal Ordering Policies for Deterioration Items Under Trade Credit Policy in a Supply Chain System 22. Genetic Algorithm Based Approach For Unbalanced Assignment Problem 23. Managing Launch Time of Successive Industrial Technologies 24. Dissimilarity Measures for Reﬁnement of Clusters Based on Page Access, Time and Session Weight 25. Multi Criteria Based Launch of a New Product 26. Design Optimization of Post-core Restored Endodontically Treated Human Teeth Using Finite Element Method and Taguchi Methods 27. Testing-Domain Based SRGM for Distributed Environment Incorporating Two Types of Imperfect Debugging
P.K. Kapur :- Prof. P. K. Kapur is Director of Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Amity University, Noida and former Head of the Department of Operational Research and former Dean of the Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, University of Delhi. He has been the President of Society for Reliability Engineering, Quality and Operations Management (Regd.) since 2000 and former President of Operational Research Society of India. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Reliability Theory (Operational Research) from University of Delhi in 1977. He has published extensively in Indian journals and abroad in the areas of marketing, hardware reliability, optimization, queuing theory and maintenance and software reliability (more than 300 papers). He has published two books, namely, Contributions to Hardware and Software Reliability Singapore: World Scientific, 1999 and Software Reliability Assessment with OR Applications (Springer, UK, 2011).Ompal Singh :- Dr. Ompal Singh is Associate Professor, Department of Operational Research, and Deputy Proctor, University of Delhi. He is lifetime member of Society for Reliability Engineering, Quality and Operations Management (Regd.). He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Software Reliability (Operational Research) from the University of Delhi in 2004. He has published extensively in Indian journals and abroad in the areas of Marketing, Software Reliability and Optimization. He has more than 14 years of experience in teaching, research and consultation in the area of Data-Handling, Data-Analysis and Modeling in the various fields of Operational Research. Dr. Ompal Singh has guided seven Ph.D scholars and four M.Phil research scholars in Operational Research. His areas of interest include Software Reliability, Optimization, Innovation Diffusion Modeling and Marketing. He has participated in several conferences of national and international repute.Sunil Kumar Khatri :- Prof. Sunil Kumar Khatri is Director, Amity Institute of Information Technology, Amity University, Noida, India. He is a Fellow of IETE, Sr. Life Member of CSI (India), IEEE (USA), IASCSIT (Singapore) and Member of International Association of Engineers (IAENG), Hong Kong. He is Vice-Chairman and Chairman-Elect of CSI Noida Chapter and Secretary in Society for Reliability Engineering, Quality and Operations Management (SREQOM), India. He has been conferred IT Innovation & Excellence Award for Contribution in the field of IT and Computer Science Education by Knowledge Resource Development & Welfare Group at IIT, Delhi in 2012. He has also been conferred with the award for “Exceptional Leadership and Dedication in Research” during the 4th International Conference on Quality, Reliability and Infocom Technology in the year 2009. He has the recognition of being listed in Marquis Who’s Who continuously for the last five years. He has edited four books, six special issues of international journals, written chapters and published/presented several papers in international and national journals and proceedings. His areas of research are Software Reliability and Testing, Data Science, Network Security, Soft Computing and Pattern Recognition.