Generalized coupling measure for aspect-oriented systems

@article{Kumar2009GeneralizedCM,
  title={Generalized coupling measure for aspect-oriented systems},
  author={Avadhesh Kumar and Rajesh Kumar Bhatia and P. S. Grover},
  journal={ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes},
  year={2009},
  volume={34},
  pages={1-6}
}
Coupling is an internal software attribute that can be used to indicate the degree of interdependence among the components of a software system. Coupling in software has been linked to predict external software quality attributes such as fault-proneness, ripple effects, changeability, impact analysis etc. Despite an interesting body of work for measuring coupling in Aspect-Oriented (AO) Systems, there is no complete generic coupling framework for AO systems. In this paper, we have proposed a… CONTINUE READING

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