Difference Between Cohesion and Coupling in Tabular form
Cohesion refers to what the class (or module) can do.
Coupling it refers to how related or dependent two classes/modules are toward each other.
|1.||Cohesion is the indication of the relationship within module.||Coupling is the indication of the relationships between modules.|
|2.||Cohesion shows the module’s relative functional strength.||Coupling shows the relative independence among the modules.|
|3.||Cohesion is a degree (quality) to which a component / module|
focuses on the single thing.
|Coupling is a degree to which a component / module is connected to the other modules.|
|4.||While designing you should strive for high cohesion i.e.|
a cohesive component/module focus on a single task (i.e., single-mindedness)with little interaction with other modules of the system.
|While designing you should strive for low coupling i.e. dependency between modules should be less.|
|5.||Cohesion is the kind of natural extension of data hiding|
for example,class having all members visible with a package having default visibility.
|Making private fields, private methods and non public classes provides loose coupling.|
|6.||Cohesion is Intra – Module Concept.||Coupling is Inter – Module Concept.|
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Written by: 24/06/2018