Do software categories impact coupling metrics?

@article{Souza2013DoSC,
  title={Do software categories impact coupling metrics?},
  author={Lucas Batista Leite de Souza and Marcelo de Almeida Maia},
  journal={2013 10th Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR)},
  year={2013},
  pages={217-220}
}
Software metrics is a valuable mechanism to assess the quality of software systems. Metrics can help the automated analysis of the growing data available in software repositories. Coupling metrics is a kind of software metrics that have been extensively used since the seventies to evaluate several software properties related to maintenance, evolution and reuse tasks. For example, several works have shown that we can use coupling metrics to assess the reusability of software artifacts available… CONTINUE READING

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