I was searching for application areas of dynamic metrics and their significance in object oriented environment.
And even how they contribute to quality…
Dynamic metrics can be much more accurate than the static metrics in assessing the program behavior. However they are quite costly to measure. They can be useful to evaluate the internal design quality attributes such as coupling, cohesion, inheritance etc and external design quality attributes such as maintainability, testability, etc. of a software. In general, they are known to be beneficial in program comprehension, re-engineering, workload characterization etc. However, there is a limited amount of existing research work in this area, primarily because of lack of validation work related to such metrics. Here is a nice systematic mapping study to tell you more.
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