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Reverse engineering; proceedings.


Reverse engineering; proceedings.

Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (17th: 2010: Beverly, MA) Ed. by Gioliano Antoniol et al.

Computer Society Press


314 pages




The 29 papers collected here look at figuring out how a programmer made a particular bit of software do what it does, from perspectives of mining software repositories, program comprehension, dynamic analysis, software evolution, reverse engineering and security, architecture recovery, remodularization and re-engineering, and code clone detection. Among the topics are understanding plug-in test suites from an extensibility perspective, improving automated mapping in reflexion models using information retrieval, and enhancing source-based clone detection using intermediate representation. Seven papers are also presented from the doctoral symposium, discussing such matters as improving source code quality by defining linguistic anti-patterns, and recovering process from artifacts. Only abstracts are provided for the keynote talks. There is no index.

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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