Ros, Enrico (2010) Modern software metrics : design and implementation. [Laurea triennale]
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As software becomes more complex, new measurements methods are needed to leverage quality, improve user's experience and reduce energy consumption. This dissertation introduces the Inspector, a software tool for framework-level dynamic software analysis and the Thermal Painting, a new software metric for measuring the performance of the graphical subsystem of a program. The Inspector breaks many of the constraints that aected traditional tools like debuggers and function-level prolers, like the need to alter the source or binary code and the impossibility to prole already running code that exhibits bad behavior, and provides a unique work environment for conducting the tests. The Thermal Painting is the new software metric that measures the per-pixel energy required to paint a graphical user interface, allowing to prole and improve the graphical performance of a program.
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