8th International Product Focused Software and Process Improvement, Riga, Lithuania, 02 July 2007, pp.1-5
Software testing is a time-consuming and expensive process. Software fault prediction models are used to identify fault-prone classes automatically before system testing. These models can reduce the testing duration, project risks, resource and infrastructure costs. In this study, we propose a novel fault prediction model to improve the testing process. Chidamber-Kemerer Object-Oriented metrics and method-level metrics such as Halstead and McCabe are used as independent metrics in our Artificial Immune Recognition System based model. According to this study, class-level metrics based model which applies AIRS algorithm can be used successfully for fault prediction and its performance is higher than J48 based approach. A fault prediction tool which uses this model can be easily integrated into the testing process.