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Filtering out methods you wish you hadn't navigated

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Filtering out methods you wish you hadn't navigated
The navigation of structural dependencies (e.g., method invocations) when a developer performs a change task is an effective strategy in program investigation. Several existing approaches have addressed the problem of finding program elements relevant to a task by using structural dependencies. These approaches provide different levels of benefits: limiting the amount of information returned, providing calling context, and providing global information. Aiming to incorporate these three benefits simultaneously, we propose an approach
Annie T. T. Ying, Peri L. Tarr
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ECLIPSE
Authors Annie T. T. Ying, Peri L. Tarr
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