Halstead Potential Volume

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Halstead Potential Volume V* is the most abridged form into which an algorithm can be expressed. According to Halstead, this most abridged form would use the following (in a language ideally adapted to the algorithm to be translated):

  • 2 operators (the name of the function and the assignment operator) and,
  • n_2^* operands

where n_2^* is equal to the number of distinct component input or output parameters.


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