Arun Sharma

Work place: Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, New Delhi, India



Research Interests: Computational Science and Engineering, Software Construction, Software Creation and Management, Software Development Process, Software Engineering


Dr. Arun Sharma is working as Associate Professor in Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW), New Delhi, India. He is Senior Member of CSI, IEEE and many professional bodies. He has published 50 papers in International Conferences and Journals of repute. His major area of Interest includes Software Engineering, Object Oriented and Component Based Software Engineering.

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Rank University Websites Using Fuzzy AHP and Fuzzy TOPSIS Approach on Usability

By Renuka Nagpal Deepti Mehrotra Pradeep Kumar Bhatia Arun Sharma

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2015

With the advent of dynamic website usually all business processes of a business organization are linked with the website of the organization. This is resulted in designing of a complex and gigantic website which may result in slow download and unfriendly navigation. Satisfying the end user need is one of the key principles of designing an effective website. As there are different users for given website, hence there are different criteria on which user wants to get satisfied, hence evaluating a website is a multi-criteria decision making problem. In order to incorporate uncertainties and vagueness in decision making Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy (FAHP) approach is extended with Fuzzy TOPSIS approach, where different decision makers (DM’s) opinion was considered for ranking the website.

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A Study and Review on the Development of Mutation Testing Tools for Java and Aspect-J Programs

By Pradeep Kumar Singh Om Prakash Sangwan Arun Sharma

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Nov. 2014

Mutation analysis in software testing is observed as the most effective way to validate the software under inspection. In last decade, number of researchers developed various methods and tools to apply mutation testing on Aspect Oriented Programs. In this paper, authors analyzed numerous mutation testing based tools available to test the Java and AspectJ programs. All effective and popular Aspect-J testing tools have been considered and analyzed in this paper, based on essential requirements in this context, considered to be fulfilled by testing tools decided by testing professional and researchers for such tools. This paper analyzed the work progress in the field of mutation testing techniques and tools specific to Java and AspectJ. This work considered essential parameters on which the analysis of analyzed tools is carried out. In case of addition parameters considered for evaluation, some of the resultant metrics may vary slightly under modification in basic requirements. Based on the numeric value estimated, it is finally suggested the merits of a mutation tool under different circumstances. This is the extension of the work carried by us in previous review for aspect based mutation testing techniques.

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