Analyzing object-oriented systems in order to evaluate their quality gains its importance as the paradigm continues to increase in popularity. Consequently, several object-oriented metrics have been proposed to evaluate different aspects of these systems such as class coupling. In object-oriented design, three types of coupling may exist between classes: inheritance coupling, interaction coupling, and component coupling. This paper presents a tool for measuring inheritance coupling in object-oriented systems.
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