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    Title: Assessing Software Quality Through Visualized Cohesion Metrics
    Authors: Timothy K. Shih;Ming-Chi Lee;;Teh-Sheng Huang;Lawrence Y. Deng
    Keywords: Software metrics;Cohesion;Software Quality;Live Variables
    Date: 2001-05
    Issue Date: 2009-12-03 16:31:59 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Cohesion is one of the most important factors for software quality as well as maintainability, reliability and reusability.
    Module cohesion is defined as a quality attribute that seeks for measuring the singleness of the purpose of a module.
    The module of poor quality can be a serious obstacle to the system quality. In order to design a good software quality,
    software managers and engineers need to introduce cohesion metrics to measure and produce desirable software. A
    highly cohesion software is thought to be a desirable constructing. In this paper, we propose a function-oriented
    cohesion metrics based on the analysis of live variables, live span and the visualization of processing element
    dependency graph. We give six typical cohesion examples to be measured as our experiments and justification.
    Therefore, a well-defined, well-normalized, well-visualized and well-experimented cohesion metrics is proposed to
    indicate and thus enhance software cohesion strength. Furthermore, this cohesion metrics can be easily incorporated
    with software CASE tool to help software engineers to improve software quality.
    Relation: Australian Journal of Information Systems 8(2):15-31
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