2011
DOI: 10.1142/s0218539311004251
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Abstract: The optimization techniques used in commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) selection process faces challenges to deal with uncertainty in many important selection parameters, for example, cost, reliability and delivery time. In this paper, we propose a fuzzy optimization model for selecting the best COTS product among the available alternatives for each module in the development of modular software systems. The proposed model minimizes the total cost of the software system satisfying the constraints of minimum thresh… Show more

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“…Kunda and Brooks (1999) (2003) Tradeoff) for the COTS selection, implementation and governance by focusing on benefits to the customer organization and system Integrator. Gupta et al (2013Gupta et al ( , 2011 has developed a systematic and interactive Fuzzy Optimization framework for the solution of bi-objective fuzzy COTS selection. Kaur and Singh (2014) used PROMETHEE whereas Nazir et al (2014) used Analytic Network Process approach for the selection of COTS.…”
Section: Cots Selection Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Kunda and Brooks (1999) (2003) Tradeoff) for the COTS selection, implementation and governance by focusing on benefits to the customer organization and system Integrator. Gupta et al (2013Gupta et al ( , 2011 has developed a systematic and interactive Fuzzy Optimization framework for the solution of bi-objective fuzzy COTS selection. Kaur and Singh (2014) used PROMETHEE whereas Nazir et al (2014) used Analytic Network Process approach for the selection of COTS.…”
Section: Cots Selection Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Baharom et al (2012) introduced vendor characteristics such as vendor stability, vendor reputation, vendor supportability and organization characteristics as system platform, development environment, culture and financial characteristic for COTS component selection. Gupta et al (2013Gupta et al ( , 2011 used quality, cost, probability of failure on demand, average number of invocations, number of lines of code, execution time, delivery time and quality characteristics as selection criteria. The COTS selection criteria are generally into four major groups, namely quality characteristics, technology factors, domain and architectural factors and strategic factors.…”
Section: Strategic Factorsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…. , sc 1n 1 are available to implement module 1, and so on [9]. Formulation of the COTS products selection problem requires estimating several important parameters, namely, the cost, size, execution time, and delivery time for available COTS products.…”
Section: Problem Description and Notationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this section, we discuss a real-life problem based on an industrial case scenario adopted from Gupta et al [9] to demonstrate the applicability of the COTS selection model and the proposed solution approach. A local software system supplier plans to develop an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software system for small-and medium-sized enterprises.…”
Section: Numerical Illustrationmentioning
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