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Developing Sustainable and Energy-Efficient Software Systems

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  • This book is open access, which means that you have free and unlimited access
  • Provides information how to choose and collect the appropriate metrics for a software project in an organization
  • Describes methods for understanding the full implications of alternative choices and their relative attractiveness
  • Explores the simultaneous use of multiple models that reflect different system set-ups or stakeholder perspectives

Part of the book series: SpringerBriefs in Computer Science (BRIEFSCOMPUTER)

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About this book

This open access book provides information how to choose and collect the appropriate metrics for a software project in an organization. There are several kinds of metrics, based on the analysis of source code and developed for different programming paradigms such as structured programming and object-oriented programming (OOP). This way, the book follows three main objectives: (i) to identify existing and easily-collectible measures, if possible in the early phases of software development, for predicting and modeling both the traditional attributes of software systems and attributes specifically related to their efficient use of resources, and to create new metrics for such purposes; (ii) to describe ways to collect these measures during the entire lifecycle of a system, using minimally-invasive monitoring of design-time processes, and consolidate them into conceptual frameworks able to support model building by using a variety of approaches, including statistics, data mining and computational intelligence; and (iii) to present models and tools to support design time evolution of systems based on design-time measures and to empirically validate them.

The book provides researchers and advanced professionals with methods for understanding the full implications of alternative choices and their relative attractiveness in terms of enhancing system resilience. It also explores the simultaneous use of multiple models that reflect different system interpretations or stakeholder perspectives.


Authors and Affiliations

  • Innopolis University, Innopolis, Russia

    Artem Kruglov

  • Universit√† di Bologna, Bologna, Italy

    Giancarlo Succi

About the authors

Giancarlo Succi is a full professor at Innopolis University, Russia, where he directs the Laboratory of Industrial Software Production. His research interests include multiple areas of software engineering, including open source development, agile methodologies, experimental software engineering, software engineering over the Internet, and software product lines and software reuse. He is a member of the IEEE.

Artem Kruglov is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Innopolis University. His research interests include aspects of software development processes, agile methodologies, product and project management and empirical methods.


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