Redundant Coupling Detection Using Dynamic Dependence Analysis

@article{Alzamil2007RedundantCD,
  title={Redundant Coupling Detection Using Dynamic Dependence Analysis},
  author={Zakarya A. Alzamil},
  journal={International Conference on Software Engineering Advances (ICSEA 2007)},
  year={2007},
  pages={43-43}
}
Most of the software engineers realize the importance of avoiding coupling between programs modules in order to achieve the advantages of modules reusability. However, most of them practice modules' coupling in many cases without necessities. Many techniques have been proposed to detect module's coupling in computer programs. However, developers desire to automatically identify unnecessary module's coupling that can be eliminated with minimum effort, which we refer to as redundant coupling… CONTINUE READING

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