Title page for ETD etd-11202012-040239
|Type of Document
||Selig, Calvin Lee
||ADLIF-a structured design language for metric analysis
||Master of Science
||Computer Science and Applications
|Henry, Sallie M.
|Arthur, James D.
|Kafura, Dennis G.
|Date of Defense
Since the inception of software engineering, the major goal has been to control the development
and maintenance of reliable software. To this end, many different design methodologies have been
presented as a means to improve software quality through semantic clarity and syntactic accuracy
during the specification and design phases of the software life cycle. On the other end of the life
cycle, software quality metrics have been proposed to supply quantitative measures of the resultant
software. This study is an attempt to unify the two concepts by providing a means to determine
the quality of a design before its implementation.
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