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ICSE
1999
IEEE-ACM
9 years 15 days ago
Linux as a Case Study: Its Extracted Software Architecture
Ivan T. Bowman, Richard C. Holt, Neil V. Brewster
JSS
2007
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8 years 8 months ago
Fine-grain analysis of common coupling and its application to a Linux case study
Common coupling (sharing global variables across modules) is widely accepted as a measure of software quality and maintainability; a low level of common coupling is necessary (but...
Dror G. Feitelson, Tokunbo O. S. Adeshiyan, Daniel...
ICSM
2000
IEEE
9 years 19 days ago
Evolution in Open Source Software: A Case Study
Most studies of software evolution have been performed on systems developed within a single company using traditional management techniques. With the widespread availability of se...
Michael W. Godfrey, Qiang Tu
IWPC
2002
IEEE
9 years 1 months ago
Architecture Recovery of Dynamically Linked Applications: A Case Study
Most previously published case studies in architecture recovery have been performed on statically linked software systems. Due to the increase in use of middleware technologies, s...
Igor Ivkovic, Michael W. Godfrey
AOSD
2015
ACM
3 years 4 months ago
Feature scattering in the large: a longitudinal study of Linux kernel device drivers
Feature code is often scattered across wide parts of the code base. But, scattering is not necessarily bad if used with careā€”in fact, systems with highly scattered features have...
Leonardo Teixeira Passos, Jesús Padilla, Th...
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