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ACMSE
2006
ACM
9 years 1 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
FASE
2006
Springer
9 years 3 months ago
Relation of Code Clones and Change Couplings
Abstract. Code clones have long been recognized as bad smells in software systems and are considered to cause maintenance problems during evolution. It is broadly assumed that the ...
Reto Geiger, Beat Fluri, Harald Gall, Martin Pinzg...
APSEC
2007
IEEE
9 years 3 months ago
Simultaneous Modification Support based on Code Clone Analysis
Maintaining software systems becomes more difficult as their size and complexity increase. One factor that makes software maintenance more difficult is the presence of code clones...
Yoshiki Higo, Yasushi Ueda, Shinji Kusumoto, Katsu...
PEPM
2009
ACM
9 years 4 months ago
Clone detection and removal for Erlang/OTP within a refactoring environment
A well-known bad code smell in refactoring and software maintenance is duplicated code, or code clones. A code clone is a code fragment that is identical or similar to another. Un...
Huiqing Li, Simon Thompson
METRICS
2002
IEEE
9 years 4 months ago
Gemini: Maintenance Support Environment Based on Code Clone Analysis
Maintaining software systems is getting more complex and difficult task, as the scale becomes larger. It is generally said that code clone is one of the factors that make softwar...
Yasushi Ueda, Toshihiro Kamiya, Shinji Kusumoto, K...
PROFES
2004
Springer
9 years 5 months ago
Refactoring Support Based on Code Clone Analysis
Abstract. Software maintenance is the most expensive activity in software development. Many software companies spent a large amount of cost to maintain the existing software system...
Yoshiki Higo, Toshihiro Kamiya, Shinji Kusumoto, K...
MSR
2005
ACM
9 years 5 months ago
Using a clone genealogy extractor for understanding and supporting evolution of code clones
Programmers often create similar code snippets or reuse existing code snippets by copying and pasting. Code clones —syntactically and semantically similar code snippets—can ca...
Miryung Kim, David Notkin
IWPC
2006
IEEE
9 years 5 months ago
How Developers Copy
Copy-paste programming is dangerous as it may lead to hidden dependencies between different parts of the system. Modifying clones is not always straight forward, because we might ...
Mihai Balint, Radu Marinescu, Tudor Gîrba
SCAM
2008
IEEE
9 years 6 months ago
Is Cloned Code More Stable than Non-cloned Code?
This paper presents a study on the stability of cloned code. The results from an analysis of 200 weeks of evolution of five software system show that the stability as measured by...
Jens Krinke
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