William W. Pritchett

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Ada 95 adds many new and notable features to the Ada 83 standard. The additions include such aspects as object-oriented programming, hierarchical libraries, and protected objects. The enhancements to the language may have a profound impact on the way developers design software in Ada. Consequently, the way in which the new software designs are assessed(More)
Ada 95 added object-oriented programming capabilities to the existing Ada standard. The object-oriented paradigm results in new relationships within and among software modules. Traditional software product metrics, i.e., those metrics developed for functionally oriented software, do not account for these new relationships and may be insufficient for use in(More)
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