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A Case Study of Defect-Density and Change-Density and their Progress over Time

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A Case Study of Defect-Density and Change-Density and their Progress over Time
We have performed an empirical case study, investigating defect-density and change-density of a reusable framework compared with one application reusing it over time at a large Oil and Gas company in Norway, Statoil ASA. The framework, called JEF, consists of seven components grouped together, and the application, called DCF, reuses the framework, without modifications to the framework. We analyzed all trouble reports and change requests from three releases of both. Change requests in our study covered any changes (not correcting defects) in the requirements, while trouble reports covered any reported defects. Additionally, we have investigated the relation between defect-density and change-density both for the reusable JEF framework and the application. The results revealed that the defectdensity of the reusable framework was lower than the application. The JEF framework had higher changedensity in the first release, but lower change-density than the DCF application over the successi...
Anita Gupta, Odd Petter N. Slyngstad, Reidar Conra
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Year 2007
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Authors Anita Gupta, Odd Petter N. Slyngstad, Reidar Conradi, Parastoo Mohagheghi, Harald Rønneberg, Einar Landre
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