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Les Hatton

2009g

Functionality, power-laws and defect evolution in software systems

WEBvariations_0509.pdf

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Synopsis Invited Feedback Importance (/10, author rated :-) )
A more up to date paper than the one in the link below. This unifies power-law behaviour and defect growth under a single model of linear information theory. It then demonstrates this linearity in some large real systems. I like this paper - things seemed to fall into place well.None yet10

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