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Using dynamic analysis to create trace-focused user interfaces for IDEs

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Using dynamic analysis to create trace-focused user interfaces for IDEs
This research demonstration presents the tool, Dynamic Interactive Views for Reverse Engineering (Diver). Diver supports software understanding through a trace focused user interface. The trace focused user interface is a method of re-organizing the user interface of integrated development environments so that developers can focus their attention on artifacts related to the run-time behaviour of the software that they are investigating. The tool combines concepts from research in software visualization, dynamic analysis, software reconnaissance, and task focused user interfaces. Categories and Subject Descriptors D.2.6 [Software Engineering]: Programming Environments General Terms Human Factors Keywords Reverse Engineering, Integrated Development Environments, Software Reconnaissance, Visualization
Del Myers, Margaret-Anne D. Storey
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where SIGSOFT
Authors Del Myers, Margaret-Anne D. Storey
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