Comparative Performance to Changeability of Measuring Software Components

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Topic: Software
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Changeability is defined as a measure of impact of changes made to a module on the rest of the system. Changeability is one of the characteristics of maintainability. Factors include coupling between the modules, lack of code comments, naming of functions and variables. In this paper, the authors are solving this issue by building a framework which helps to measure degree of changeability by using clustering methods (machine learning), which would be best suited for their problem definition and better from previous paper.
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