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1995
IEEE
8 years 10 months ago
The Interleaving Problem in Program Understanding
One of the factors that can make a program di cult to understand is that code responsible for accomplishing more than one purpose may be woven together in a single section. We cal...
Spencer Rugaber, Kurt Stirewalt, Linda M. Wills
WCRE
1995
IEEE
8 years 10 months ago
Pattern Matching for Design Concept Localization
A legacy system is an operational, large-scale software system that is maintained beyond its first generation of programmers. It typically represents a massive economic investmen...
Kostas Kontogiannis, Renato de Mori, Morris Bernst...
WCRE
1995
IEEE
8 years 10 months ago
Strongest Postcondition Semantics as the Formal Basis for Reverse Engineering
Reverse engineering of program code is the process of constructing a higher level abstraction of an implementation in order to facilitate the understanding of a system that may be...
Gerald C. Gannod, Betty H. C. Cheng
WCRE
1995
IEEE
8 years 10 months ago
Analyzing Empirical Data from a Reverse Engineering Project
Piernicola Fiore, Filippo Lanubile, Giuseppe Visag...
WCRE
1995
IEEE
8 years 10 months ago
Observed Idiosyncracies of Relational Database Designs
Several processes have been advanced in the literature for reverse engineering of relational databases. The inputs to these processes are relational tables and available contextua...
Michael R. Blaha, William J. Premerlani
WCRE
1995
IEEE
8 years 10 months ago
On Finding Duplication and Near-Duplication in Large Software Systems
This paper describes how a program called dup can be used to locate instances of duplication or nearduplication in a software system. D u p reports both textually identical sectio...
Brenda S. Baker
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