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Supporting custom quality models to analyse and compare open-source software

Ruscio, Davide di; Di Ruscio, Davide; Kolovos, Dimitrios S.; Korkontzelos, Yannis; Matragkas, Nicholas; Vinju, Jurgen

Authors

Davide di Ruscio

Davide Di Ruscio

Dimitrios S. Kolovos

Yannis Korkontzelos

Nicholas Matragkas

Jurgen Vinju



Abstract

© 2016 IEEE. The analysis and comparison of open source software can be improved by means of quality models supporting the evaluation of the software systems being compared and the final decision about which of them has to be adopted. Since software quality can mean different things in different scenarios, quality models should be flexible in order to accommodate the needs of different users. Over the years several quality models have been proposed. Even though some of them are tool supported, they are not designed to be extended or customized to better accommodate the requirements of specific business contexts. In this paper, instead of having a fixed model, we propose a workflow and a tool chain to support the specification of custom quality models, which can guide the automated analysis of open source software.

Citation

Ruscio, D. D., Di Ruscio, D., Kolovos, D. S., Korkontzelos, Y., Matragkas, N., & Vinju, J. (2016). Supporting custom quality models to analyse and compare open-source software. In Quality of Information and Communications Technology (QUATIC), 2016 10th International Conference on the (94-99). https://doi.org/10.1109/QUATIC.2016.026

Conference Name 2016 10th International Conference on the Quality of Information and Communications Technology (QUATIC)
Start Date Sep 6, 2016
End Date Sep 9, 2016
Acceptance Date Jun 16, 2016
Online Publication Date Jan 16, 2017
Publication Date 2016-09
Deposit Date Feb 11, 2018
Pages 94-99
Book Title Quality of Information and Communications Technology (QUATIC), 2016 10th International Conference on the
Chapter Number 25
ISBN 9781509035816
DOI https://doi.org/10.1109/QUATIC.2016.026
Public URL https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/584468

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