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Software metric for Java and C++ practices (Workpackage 1.1)

Abstract : The objective of this deliverable is to define a catalog of software met- rics. In particular we analyze the metrics used in the Squale Model and tool. In addition it offers a coherent set of software metrics for object-oriented languages on top of which Squale practices will be based. There is a plethora of software metrics and a large amount of research articles. Still there is a lack for a serious and practically-oriented evaluation of metrics. Often metrics lacks the property that the software reengineer or quality expert can easily understand the situation summa- rized by the metrics. In particular since the exact notion of coupling and cohesion is complex, a particular focus on such point is important.
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Françoise Balmas, Alexandre Bergel, Simon Denier, Stéphane Ducasse, Jannik Laval, et al.. Software metric for Java and C++ practices (Workpackage 1.1). [Research Report] 2010, pp.44. ⟨inria-00533617v2⟩



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