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Table 9 Hypotheses for the reuse study

From: Model-based reuse for crosscutting frameworks: assessing reuse and maintenance effort

H0 r There is no difference between using our tool and using an ad-hoc reuse process in terms of productivity (time) to successfully couple a CF with an application.
Then, the techniques are equivalent.
Tc r - Tm r 0
Hp r There is a positive difference between using our tool and using an ad-hoc reuse process in terms of productivity (time) to successfully couple a CF with an application.
Then, the conventional technique takes more time than the model-based tool.
Tc r - Tm r > 0
Hn r There is a negative difference between using our tool and using an ad-hoc reuse process in terms of productivity (time) to successfully couple a CF with an application.
Then, the conventional technique takes less time than the model-based tool.
Tc r - Tm r < 0
  1. Considering the Reuse Study, there are three hypotheses for the outcome. In the first one, both are equivalent, while in two of them, a technique is faster.