Object-oriented Metrics: Measures of Complexity

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1996 - Computers - 234 pages

Object-oriented (OO) metrics are an integral part of object technology — at the research level and in commercial software development projects. This book offers theoretical and empirical tips and facts for creating an OO complexity metrics (measurement) program, based on a review of existing research from the last several years. Covers moving through object-oriented concepts as they related to managing the project lifecycle; the framework in which metrics exist; structural complexity metrics for traditional systems; OO product metrics; and current industrial applications. For software developers, programmers, and managers.

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Contents

METRICSP
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BASIC DEFINITIONS
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A RIGOROUS APPROACH TO METRICS
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