Authors : Aniket Paul, Srishti Vashisht.

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No single language can fit all the purposes. In a rigidly static type system, a compiler is capable of great number of memory management decisions, turning types into a fixed memory layout, optimized for the target processor. The price the user has to pay is in the power of expression, as dynamic behavior must be explicitly written into the program if you want it. The price user pays are speed impact, and a bigger run-time system which may be unsuitable for resource-constrained environments. This creates confusion for choosing the essential language for a project without creating a bottleneck. Therefore, there is a necessity of building a model which creates a base for standard set of quality attributes that avoids limitations of existing models. Estimation of programming quality characteristics using AHP is the objective of this paper.
Keywords :- Memory Management, Speed Impact, Bigger run-time, Constrained Environments, Bottleneck, Analytic Hierarchy Process.