What is Defect containment?
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Answer / suneel reddy
Defect containment is nothing but checking not to propagate
defects from 1 phase 2 another phase
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Answer / mfsi_priyankaa
Because of the large size of most software systems, the
defect reduction activities can only reduce the number of
faults to a fairly low level but not completely eliminate
them. So some other means need to be used to prevent
failures by breaking the casual relations between these
faults and the resulting failures, thus “tolerating” these
faults, or "to contain” the failures by reducing the
This way of dealing with defects is called "defect containment".
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Answer / ramu
Phase Containment = (Errors found in Requirements review)/
(Requirements errors found+ Requirements defects found in
all subsequent phases)*100
Same for all the phases. It is also called as Defect
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