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Towards Employing Use-Cases and Dynamic Analysis to Comprehend Mozilla

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Towards Employing Use-Cases and Dynamic Analysis to Comprehend Mozilla
This paper presents an approach for comprehending large software systems using views that are created by subjecting the software systems to dynamic analysis under various use-case scenarios. Two sets of views are built from the runtime data: (1) graphs that capture the parts of the software’s architecture that pertain to the use-cases; and (2) metrics that measure the intricacy of the software and the similarity between the software’s use-cases. The Mozilla web browser was chosen as the subject software system in our case study due to its size, intricacy, and ability to expose the challenges of analyzing large systems.
Maher Salah, Spiros Mancoridis, Giuliano Antoniol,
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICSM
Authors Maher Salah, Spiros Mancoridis, Giuliano Antoniol, Massimiliano Di Penta
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