Software Maintainability Index Revisited

@inproceedings{Welker2001SoftwareMI,
  title={Software Maintainability Index Revisited},
  author={Kurt D. Welker},
  year={2001}
}
or many years now, software practitioners have been collecting metrics from source code in an effort to better understand the software they are developing or changing. Maintainability Index (MI) is a composite metric that incorporates a number of traditional source code metrics into a single number that indicates relative maintainability. As originally proposed by Oman and Hagemeister, the MI is comprised of weighted Halstead metrics (effort or volume), McCabe's Cyclomatic Complexity, lines of… CONTINUE READING

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