Measuring Software Redundancy

  title={Measuring Software Redundancy},
  author={Antonio Carzaniga and Andrea Mattavelli and Mauro Pezz{\`e}},
  journal={2015 IEEE/ACM 37th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering},
Redundancy is the presence of different elements with the same functionality. In software, redundancy is useful (and used) in many ways, for example for fault tolerance and reliability engineering, and in self-adaptive and self-checking programs. However, despite the many uses, we still do not know how to measure software redundancy to support a proper and effective design. If, for instance, the goal is to improve reliability, one might want to measure the redundancy of a solution to then… CONTINUE READING
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