This thesis proposes a conceptual framework for composing a multi-view similarity metric from a set of similarity metrics, each focusing on a particular view of software.Software has at least three views: structural, behavioral, and use-case views.
This research is evaluated, through an empirical case study of an industrial web application from the telecommunications domain. We started by looking at the individual relationships between all the metrics defined in Table 1 and the dependent variables: LOC and n Rev.
Often, software production deals with ever-changing requirements and with development cycles measured in weeks or months.
To respond to these demands and still produce high quality software, over years, ..." Software industry is increasingly becoming more demanding on development schedules and resources.
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• Stability: “A metric has stability if it produces the same values “on repeated collections of data under similar circumstances”” =-=-=-.