Classifying metrics for assessing Object-Oriented Software Maintainability: A family of metrics' catalogs

@article{Saraiva2015ClassifyingMF,
  title={Classifying metrics for assessing Object-Oriented Software Maintainability: A family of metrics' catalogs},
  author={Juliana Saraiva and Micael S. de França and S{\'e}rgio Soares and Fernando Castor Filho and Renata M. C. R. de Souza},
  journal={Journal of Systems and Software},
  year={2015},
  volume={103},
  pages={85-101}
}
Currently, Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) is one of the most used paradigms. Complementarily, the software maintainability is considered a software attribute that plays an important role in quality level. In this context, the Object-Oriented Software Maintainability (OOSM) has been studied through years, and many researchers have proposed a large number of metrics to measure it. As a consequence of the number and diversity of metrics, beyond the no standardization in metrics definition and… CONTINUE READING

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