Abstract: There have been a number of methods used to estimate the number of defects remaining in software. In this study, researchers present an analysis for the method of COQUALMO Model and it is difficult to increase the quality without increasing the cost and time. The COQUALMO Model usually tries to predicts the residual defects in the software product. This model has pipes in stage by stage of various phases. They are injecting the defects and removing the defects which involves more computation time, cost and man power to predict the residual defects. We developed a new static model for estimating the number of remaining residual defects in the software product have following assumptions: the existing model can produce the minimum quality. But STDCM achieves the maximum customer satisfaction, since peer reviews have been conducted to find the bug in earlier for improving the quality and STDCM produces maximum quality of the software without increasing the cost and time and there is a chance for getting very less residual errors at the testing stage. Software Testing Defect Corrective Model (STDCM) shows its attraction in its applicability to a broader scope of circumstances.
K. Karnavel and R. Dillibabu, 2014. Review and Development of Software Testing Defect Corrctive Model (STDCM) for Software Projects. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 13: 657-660.