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Coupling metrics play an important role in empirical software engineering research as well as in industrial measurement programs. The existing coupling metrics have usually been defined in a way that they can be computed from a static analysis of the source code. However, modern programs extensively use dynamic language features such as polymorphism and dynamic class loading that are difficult to capture by static analysis. Consequently, the derived metric values might not accurately reflectdoi:10.1109/scam.2010.25 dblp:conf/scam/AllierVDS10 fatcat:mcaieevq4bdyrkxgraylixzlrm