An object-oriented high-level design-based class cohesion metric

@article{Dallal2010AnOH,
  title={An object-oriented high-level design-based class cohesion metric},
  author={Jehad Al Dallal and Lionel C. Briand},
  journal={Information & Software Technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={52},
  pages={1346-1361}
}
Context: Class cohesion is an important object-oriented software quality attribute. Assessing class cohesion during the object-oriented design phase is one important way to obtain more comprehensible and maintainable software. In practice, assessing and controlling cohesion in large systems implies measuring it automatically. One issue with the few existing cohesion metrics targeted at the high-level design phase is that they are not based on realistic assumptions and do not fulfill expected… CONTINUE READING
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