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WCRE
2010
IEEE
9 years 26 days ago
Mining Source Code for Structural Regularities
Abstract—During software development, design rules and contracts in the source code are often encoded through regularities, such as API usage protocols, coding idioms and naming ...
Angela Lozano, Andy Kellens, Kim Mens, Gabriela Ar...
ICSM
2005
IEEE
9 years 8 months ago
Towards a Framework for Testing Structural Source-Code Regularities
As size and complexity of software systems increase, preserving the design and specification of their implementation structure gains importance in order to maintain the evolvabil...
Kim Mens, Andy Kellens
IWPC
2003
IEEE
9 years 7 months ago
Facilitating Program Comprehension by Mining Association Rules from Source Code
Program comprehension is an important part of software maintenance, especially when program structure is complex and documentation is unavailable or outdated. Data mining can prod...
Christos Tjortjis, Loukas Sinos, Paul J. Layzell
SCP
2010
96views more  SCP 2010»
9 years 27 days ago
Enforcing structural regularities in software using IntensiVE
The design and implementation of a software system is often governed by a variety of coding conventions, design patterns, architectural guidelines, design rules, and other so-call...
Johan Brichau, Andy Kellens, Sergio Castro, Theo D...
GROUP
2005
ACM
9 years 8 months ago
Seeking the source: software source code as a social and technical artifact
In distributed software development, two sorts of dependencies can arise. The structure of the software system itself can create dependencies between software elements, while the ...
Cleidson R. B. de Souza, Jon Froehlich, Paul Douri...
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