Classification techniques for metric-based software development

@article{Ebert1996ClassificationTF,
  title={Classification techniques for metric-based software development},
  author={Christof Ebert},
  journal={Software Quality Journal},
  year={1996},
  volume={5},
  pages={255-272}
}
Managing software development and maintenance projects requires predictions about components of the software system that are likely to have a high error rate or that need high development effort. The value of any classification is determined by the accuracy and cost of such predictions. The paper investigates the hypothesis whether fuzzy classification applied to criticality prediction provides better results than other classification techniques that have been introduced in this area. Five… CONTINUE READING

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