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The Green Lab - [03 B] Measurement theory basics

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This presentation is about a lecture I gave within the "Green Lab" course of the Computer Science master, Software Engineering and Green IT track of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam: http://masters.vu.nl/en/programmes/computer-science-software-engineering-green-it/index.aspx

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The Green Lab - [03 B] Measurement theory basics

  1. 1. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  2. 2. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  3. 3. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Real world Measures
  4. 4. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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  9. 9. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Reliable Easy to measure How to interpret: - empty lines - comments - several statements on one line Language dependent Is it related to complexity?
  10. 10. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Scale types
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  12. 12. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Name Examples outside SE Examples inside SE Constraints
  13. 13. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam → Name Examples outside SE Examples inside SE Constraints
  14. 14. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Name Examples outside SE Examples inside SE Constraints
  15. 15. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam ○ ○ Name Examples outside SE Examples inside SE Constraints
  16. 16. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  17. 17. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Mini-lab
  18. 18. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam This is a descriptive study
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  20. 20. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Now you know: ● The basics of software measurement theory ● How to define the measurements ○ they will map 1:1 to your experiments variables IMPORTANT! The type of your measures will heavily impact the statistical analysis you will perform
  21. 21. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Chapter 3 Chapter 6 + the paper we used in the mini-lab http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2897092

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