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Finding a Needle in the Haystack: A Technique for Ranking Matches Between Components

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Finding a Needle in the Haystack: A Technique for Ranking Matches Between Components
Abstract. Searching and subsequently selecting reusable components from component repositories has become a key impediment for not only component-based development but also for achieving the overall usability of component development environments and the ultimate re-usability of the components themselves. Component matching, a fundamental aspect of the component search problem, has been a well-studied problem, resulting in many different matching techniques such as keyword, facet, signature and specification matching techniques. However, each matching technique individually applied for component search often yields a small or large number of (sometimes irrelevant) hits. In this paper, we propose a disciplined combination of the different matching techniques to provide a ranked set of highly qualified components from component repositories. Our work is based on a unique Quality of Match (QoM) metric that measures the overall “goodness” of the match between two given components. In...
Naiyana Tansalarak, Kajal T. Claypool
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Updated 26 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2005
Where CBSE
Authors Naiyana Tansalarak, Kajal T. Claypool
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