William W. Agresti

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T he Great Data Famine! I recall shuddering when I read that 1970s prediction, with its specter of " millions of computers fighting for the same small piece of data, like savages " [2]. We all prayed the proposed data manufacturing plants would stave off the lean times sure to come. Today, our data silos are overflowing. We find new ways to grind every(More)
T hanks in large part to early metrics, most old-school researchers and practitioners view software quality as a static assessment of the code's structure. Fortunately, a new generation is realizing that software quality is more than a static trait; it also comprises non-functional, or behavioral, attributes, such as reliability and maintainability. Even(More)