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FCA
2005
Springer
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A Survey of Formal Concept Analysis Support for Software Engineering Activities
Formal Concept Analysis (FCA) has typically been applied in the field of software engineering to support software maintenance and object-oriented class identification tasks. This...
Thomas Tilley, Richard Cole, Peter Becker 0002, Pe...
FCA
2005
Springer
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Concept Lattices in Software Analysis
About ten years ago, the first serious applications of concept lattices in software analysis were published. Today, a wide range of applications of concept lattices in static and...
Gregor Snelting
FCA
2005
Springer
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Formal Concept Analysis-Based Class Hierarchy Design in Object-Oriented Software Development
The class hierarchy is an important aspect of object-oriented software development. Design and maintenance of such a hierarchy is a difficult task that is often accomplished witho...
Robert Godin, Petko Valtchev
FCA
2005
Springer
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From Formal Concept Analysis to Contextual Logic
Abstract. A main goal of Formal Concept Analysis from its very beginning has been the support of rational communication. The source of this goal lies in our understanding of mathem...
Frithjof Dau, Julia Klinger
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