Machine Learning: A Software Process Reengineering in Software Development Organization

  • Bhavsar K
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BPR (Business Process Re-engineering) is an organizational mechanism that improves the organizational ability in responding to the challenges of qualitative result by change management and improvement in software engineering processes, productivity, product quality and competitive advantage. BPR inherits, explores and implements the building of process change, to incorporate enhancements to the essential considerations and protocols of (SEM) Software Engineering Management. Machine Learning (ML) can be the key aspect for BPR in software development organization. The goal of this research study is raising the conceptual vision about integration of automation technology like ML and its life cycle development within Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) of the software product and highlights benefits and drawbacks ML techniques in SPM (Software Project Management), and how to implement ML in standard SEM practices. We have attempted the introduction of machine learning in SEM to determine specific performance and tasks reuse using empirical analysis and discussion on implementation of ML algorithms. The empirical study of software technologies includes control structure of an autonomous software application. In current era, ML imparts consistently promising accuracy in some SEM fields. The goal of this paper is an empirical and analytical study and literature review to propose desired level of quality software, through the comparative evaluation of existing processes and their respective support for Software Quality Engineering (SQE).




Bhavsar, K. (2019). Machine Learning: A Software Process Reengineering in Software Development Organization. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(2), 4492–4500.

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