If someone can help me with this I will REALLY appreciated as I need it for a paper deadline of monday noon :(
thanks in advance
On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 10:39 AM, Simon Denier <Simon.Denier@inria.fr> wrote:
You mean regular objects, not just famix objects ?
On 25 juin 2010, at 10:35, Mariano Martinez Peck wrote:
> Hi all. I don't know why but today I am completly dumb. I need to take a MooseModel and get two things:
> - how many objects represents such MooseModel object. I mean, suppose that MooseModel references objects, and those objects references other objects....etc. I need to know the "size" of such graph.
mmmm I am not sure I know what famix objects are. I am just doing some benchmarks with ImageSegment and ReferenceStream for object graphs and I am using this MooseModels as examples. I need to know the size of the graph. So. I guess in my case I am interesting in regular obejcts. What do you think?
> - how many classes represents such MooseModel object.
> So for example, for Moose default model I could have 4034 objects, 8 classes.
> For Moose Network Model, I could have 54354365 objects and 344 classes
> (I put random numbers)
> I tried analysing the RuntimeStorage, but didn't get anything.
> Thanks in advance.
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