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C3S2E
2008
ACM
11 years 8 months ago
Towards a mutation-based automatic framework for evaluating code clone detection tools
In the last decade, a great many code clone detection tools have been proposed. Such a large number of tools calls for a quantitative comparison, and there have been several attem...
Chanchal Kumar Roy, James R. Cordy
ICSM
2009
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
Detection and analysis of near-miss software clones
Software clones are considered harmful in software maintenance and evolution. However, despite a decade of active research, there is a marked lack of work in the detection and ana...
Chanchal K. Roy
ICSE
2009
IEEE-ACM
12 years 7 months ago
CloneDetective - A workbench for clone detection research
The area of clone detection has considerably evolved over the last decade, leading to approaches with better results, but at the same time using more elaborate algorithms and tool...
Benjamin Hummel, Elmar Jürgens, Florian Deiss...
KBSE
2008
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
Cleman: Comprehensive Clone Group Evolution Management
—Recent research results have shown more benefits of the management of code clones, rather than detecting and removing them. However, existing management approaches for code clo...
Tung Thanh Nguyen, Hoan Anh Nguyen, Nam H. Pham, J...
ACMSE
2006
ACM
11 years 8 months ago
Phoenix-based clone detection using suffix trees
A code clone represents a sequence of statements that are duplicated in multiple locations of a program. Clones often arise in source code as a result of multiple cut/paste operat...
Robert Tairas, Jeff Gray
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