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Study of Object Oriented Systems: A Review

Salman Sheikh

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The motivation behind this paper is to concentrate a product item that requires effective measures to precisely screen the inward programming quality, for example, coupling and union, over the span of programming advancement life cycle. Programming measurements have been generally and effectively used to gauge such interior quality characteristics for protest situated programming frameworks. Coupling is characterized as a standout amongst the most fundamental subjective measures for measuring the execution of programming at outline or usage stage. It is ordinarily characterized as the level of interdependency among modules. The measurements accessible for coupling estimation are isolated into two noteworthy classifications i.e. static measurements and dynamic measurements. Static measurements that are connected to the outline/source code can just quantify the normal coupling conduct of protest arranged programming and not the genuine conduct. Dynamic measurements then again can catch the genuine coupling conduct as they are assessed from information gathered amid runtime.

Keywords: Software metrics, coupling measurement, static metrics, dynamic metrics, software quality

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Salman Sheikh. Study of Object Oriented Systems: A Review. Recent Trends in Programming Languages. 2017; 4(1):   16–19p.



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