Puerperal Psychosis Detection Using Cleanroom-based Software Engineering Model
Puerperal psychosis, as a problem of nursing mothers at the post-natal level, needs special attention as a means of creating efficiency, scalable, and effective software to solve many problems in the world today. If not identified as early as possible, life will pay for it if not attended to, being dangerous to both the mother and the infant. As preventable, the benefit of early detection and avoidance can be applied to the Cleanroom software engineering model before it reaches an uncontrollable level. With the model and techniques of ensuring error-free applications, software reliability for this problem was tackled. Data for the development and application were collected with the appropriate parameters Uh, from the programme. The questionnaire, paper reviews and modelling were used. As this process model preaches, team-based, use profile and quality metric tests can help to standardise the app. In conclusion, it would be an additional gain for stakeholders to embrace the use of this device for the protection of the mother and the newborn baby in all hospitals and clinics around the world.
Author (s) Details
Alimi O. Maruf
Department of Computer Science, Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin, Nigeria.
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