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H. Zuse ; Fachbereich Inf., Tech. Univ. Berlin, Germany

L.C. Briand, S. Morasca and V.R. Basili (ibid., vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 68-85, Jan. 1996) introduced a measurement-theoretic approach to software measurement and criticized (among others) the work of the author, but they misinterpreted his work. The author does not require additive software (complexity) measures as Briand, Morasca and Basili state. The author uses the concept of the extensive structure in order to show the empirical properties behind software measures. Briand, Morasca and Basili use the concept of meaningfulness in order to describe scales and that certain scale levels are not excluded by the Weyuker properties. However, they do not consider that scales and scale types are different things

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IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 8 )