Emerald: Software Metrics and Models on the Desktop

  title={Emerald: Software Metrics and Models on the Desktop},
  author={John P. Hudepohl and Stephen J. Aud and Taghi M. Khoshgoftaar and Edward B. Allen and Jean Mayrand},
  journal={IEEE Software},
BNR, NORTEL, and Bell Canada have jointly developed the Enhanced Measurement for Early R.isk Assessment of Latent Defects (EMERALD) system for decision support, integr,ating software measurements, quality models, and delivery of results to the desktop of software developers in a timely manner [l]. It has been applied to a very large system with more than 12 million lines of code wi.thin procedures. The prerequisite infrastructure for reliability improvement includes a strong configuration… CONTINUE READING
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