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Survey of source code metrics for evaluating testability of object oriented systems

Abstract : Software testing is costly in terms of time and funds. Testability is a software characteristic that aims at producing systems easy to test. Several metrics have been proposed to identify the testability weaknesses. But it is sometimes difficult to be convinced that those metrics are really related with testability. This article is a critical survey of the source-code based metrics proposed in the literature for object-oriented software testability. It underlines the necessity to provide testability metrics that are proved to be intuitive and adequate for the testing cost prediction.
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Muhammad Rabee Shaheen, Lydie Du Bousquet. Survey of source code metrics for evaluating testability of object oriented systems. [Research Report] RR-LIG-005, 2010. ⟨hal-00953403⟩

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