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principles:high_cohesion [2019-05-29 14:47]
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 The cohesion of a module is a measure for how well the internal parts of a module (e.g. the methods and attributes of a class) belong together. Having a high cohesion means, that a module should only comprise responsibilities which belong together. The cohesion of a module is a measure for how well the internal parts of a module (e.g. the methods and attributes of a class) belong together. Having a high cohesion means, that a module should only comprise responsibilities which belong together.
  
-Several kinds of cohesion can be distinguished some of which are strong and some of which are loose. So strong forms of coupling should be preferred.+Several kinds of cohesion can be distinguished some of which are strong and some of which are loose. So strong forms of coupling should be preferred: FIXME add explanation of cohesion types 
 ===== Rationale ===== ===== Rationale =====
  
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 +===== Strategies =====
  
 +  * Divide one large module into several smaller but more cohesive ones
  
 ===== Caveats ===== ===== Caveats =====
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 ===== Origin ===== ===== Origin =====
  
-W. P. Stevens, G. van Niekerk, G. J. Myers, L. L. Constantine: //Structured design//+W. P. Stevens,  G. J. Myers, L. L. Constantine: //Structured design//
  
 ===== Evidence ===== ===== Evidence =====
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 ===== Examples ===== ===== Examples =====
-The donkey+
  
 ===== Description Status ===== ===== Description Status =====
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