Dynamic Coupling Based Performance Analysis of Object Oriented Systems

Brij Mohan Goel, Satinder Bal Gupta


This work is based on dynamic performance study. The DCBO (Dynamic Coupling Between Objects) that is known to be run time version of CBO (Coupling Between Objects) is selected for the study. DCBO is a dynamic coupling metric which can be used to measure coupling between objects at run time. This work focuses on empirically investigating DCBO at class, method and message levels using a set of real world applications. A scenario based approach in combination with appropriate statistical techniques has been used in an attempt to capture the correlation between static and dynamic coupling metrics and, in turn, the structural and performance aspects of object oriented software system.


Dynamic Coupling, Object Oriented Metrics, Performance, Use Case

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i5.3214


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