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In this article, we define a model for fault detection during the beta testing phase of a software design project. Given sampled data, we illustrate how to estimate the failure rate and the number of faults in the software using Bayesian statistical methods with various different prior distributions. Secondly, given a suitable cost function, we also show how to optimise the duration of a further test period for each one of the prior distribution structures considered.
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Wiper is the section (debated, see below) of the Shamoon agent (generally regarded as either a cyberweapon or at least as malware) responsible for destroying data on the target's hard disk (or similar storage) on systems running Microsoft Windows.
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