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Object-Oriented Program Behavior Analysis Based on Control Patterns

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Object-Oriented Program Behavior Analysis Based on Control Patterns
Code-patterns are statically recurring structure specific to a programming language. It can be parallel to aid in designing software systems for solving particular problems. Contrary to compilation assistance of code-patterns, control-patterns are dynamically recurring structures invoked during program execution time. It can be used for benchmarking OO-programs and underlying architecture like Java and Java-VM. We have proposed a run-time profiler based on control patterns and show that all run-time trace can be represented by a directed graph, a constrained output and a Boolean function. A transformed graph can be fed into a data-mining analyzer to find out the recurring structure representing run-time behaviors. Keywords : Java VM, Code Patterns, Benchmark Design, Program Optimization, Data Mining, WorkflowAnalysis
C.-C. Hwang, S.-K. Huang, D.-J. Chen, D. Chen
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where APAQS
Authors C.-C. Hwang, S.-K. Huang, D.-J. Chen, D. Chen
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