- 1-Validating Object-Oriented Design Metrics on a Commercial Java Application

@inproceedings{Glasberg20001O,
  title={- 1-Validating Object-Oriented Design Metrics on a Commercial Java Application},
  author={Daniela Glasberg and Khaled El Emam and Walcelio Melo and Nazim Madhavji},
  year={2000}
}
Evidence suggests that most field faults in software applications are found in a small percentage of the software’s components. This means that if these faulty software components can be detected early in the development project’s life cycle, mitigating actions can be taken, such as a redesign. For object-oriented applications, prediction models using design metrics can be used to identify faulty classes early on. Furthermore, once a relationship between the metrics and class fault-proneness… CONTINUE READING
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