Defect Density calculated in terms of

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‘Defect Density’ calculated in terms of

A. The number of defects identified in a component or system divided by the size of the
component or the system
B. The number of defects found by a test phase divided by the number foun d by that
test phase and any other means after wards
C. The number of defects identified in the component or system divided by the numb er
of defects found by a test phase
D. The number of defects found by a test phase divided by the number foun d by the
size of the system  


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A. The number of defects identified in a component or system divided by the size of the
component or the system
Defect Density is the number of defects confirmed in software/module during a specific period of operation or development divided by the size of the software/module. It enables one to decide if a piece of software is ready to be released. Defect density is counted per thousand lines of code also known as KLOC

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