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EmamKoru08
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 Khaled El Emam & A Gunes Koru 
 A Replicated survey of IT Software Project Failures
 IEEE Software Magazine V25n5(Sep/Oct 2008)pp84-90 
 =POLL 2006 2007 PROJECTS SUCESS FAILURE SIZE LENGTH STATISTICS
 Published work overestimates failure rate.
 In this poll about 16% were cancelled in 2005 and 12% were cancelled in 2007.
 Reasons given: uninvolved senior management, requirements/scope changes, lack of management skills, over budget, lack of technical skills, system not needed afterall, etc..
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KoruTian04
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 A Gunes Koru & Jeff Tian
 Defect Handling in Medium and Large Open Source Projects
 IEEE Software Magazine V21n4(Jul/Aug 2004)pp54-61
 =POLL 52 OPEN SOURCE DEFECTS
 All projects keep a data base of defects and most use it for almost all defects.
 The records tend to be complete and consistent.
  Defects are recorded in source code, design documents, requirements documents.  But KDE and Gnome are mainly source code defects.
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KoruTian05
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 A Gunes Koru & Jeff (Jianhui) Tian 
 Comparing High-change modules and modules with the highest measurement values in two large-scale Open-Source Products
 IEEE Trans Software Engineering  V31n8(Aug 2005)pp625-642 
 =EXPERIENCE MINING OPEN SOURCE  Mozilla OpenOffice EVOLUTION MODULES METRICS size cohesion coupling inheritance 
 Modules that have the most changes are not those with the worst metrics!
 High change modules were not quite the highest. 
 Used Tree based models to correlate metrics and changeability.
 Anecdotal: tough problems have highest measures but get the best programmers.
 Open source projects are a good source of software engineering data.
 Appendix describes the processes in Mozilla and OpenOffice.
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KoruZhangEmamLiu09
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 A Guneg Koru & Dongsong Zhang & Khaled El Emam & Hongfang Liu
 An Investigation into the Functional Form of the size-defect relationship for software modules 
 IEEE Trans Sofware Engineering V35n2(Mar/Apr 2009)p293-304
 =EMPIRICAL STATISTICS OPEN SOURCE LOGS DEFECTS MODULE SIZE Cox
 Problems with conventional analysis -- deleted modules, size changes, ...
 Proposes and fits Cox proportional hazards models to CVS data from Mozilla, Cn3d, JBoss, and Eclipse
 Discovers more changes are made to small modules than might be expected.
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KoruEmam10
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 A Gunes Koru & Khaled El Emam
 The Theory of Relative Dependency: Higher Coupling concentration in Smaller Models
 IEEE Software Magazine V27n2(Mar/Apr 2010)pp81-89
 =EMPIRICAL STATISTICS KDE Linux METRICS SIZE LoC COUPLING DIT CBO CONCENTRATION CURVE and INDEX
 Measured dependencies between classes -- inheritance and couplings.
 Number of dependencies is not proportional to size (LoC).
 You are more likely to find a line that is dependent when the class has fewer lines of code. 
 Measures the effect of refactoring in one project -- makes classes smaller.
 (dick)|-a small class has to be coupled to other classes to do anything useful. 
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