Response to Comments on: A cohesion measure for object-oriented classes

@article{Chae2001ResponseTC,
  title={Response to Comments on: A cohesion measure for object-oriented classes},
  author={Heung Seok Chae and Yong Rae Kwon and Doo-Hwan Bae},
  journal={Softw., Pract. Exper.},
  year={2001},
  volume={31},
  pages={1389-1392}
}
Indicating that CBMC does not satisfy the monotonic property in terms of the number of interactions, Xu and Zhou proposed an augmented definition of CBMC by adopting cut set instead of glue methods. The augmented CBMC clearly satisfies the monotonic property. However, CBMC is designed to overcome the problem with respect to the number of interactions and, therefore, focuses on the interaction pattern, especially, member connectivity. Consequently, it does not make sense to mention the monotonic… CONTINUE READING