Quantitative Approaches in Objectoriented Software Engineering (Innovative Technology Series, Information Systems & Networks)

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ISBN : 9781903996270 EAN : 9781903996270

Measures of software internal attributes have been extensively used to help software managers, customers and users to characterize, assess and improve the quality of software products. The introduction of object-oriented (OO) software provides powerful design mechanisms with which to do this, and new technologies - e.g., OO frameworks, OO analysis/design patterns, OO architectures and OO components - that take advantage of these design mechanisms have been proposed in order to improve software engineering productivity and software quality. To better understand the impact of these technologies on products developed using them, the quality of these products must be assessed using software product measures. This book gives a comprehensive description of four areas of quantitative approaches in object-oriented software engineering: metrics collection, quality assessment, metrics validation and process management.
A formal approach to building a polymorphism metric -Claudia Pons, Luis Olsina. A merit factor driven approach to the modularization of object-oriented systems -Fernando Brito e Abreu, Miguel Goulao. Object-relational database metrics -Mario Piattini, Coral Calero, Houari A. Sahraoui, Hakim Lounis. Measuring event-based object-oriented conceptual models -Geert Poels, Guido Dedene. Class cohesion as predictor of changeability : an empirical study -Hind Kabaili, Rudolf Keller, François Lustman. Building quality estimation models with fuzzy threshold values -Houari A. Sahraoui, Mounir Boukadoum, Hakim Lounis.