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Reverse engineering; proceedings.


Reverse engineering; proceedings.

Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (18th: 2011: Limerick, Ireland) Ed. by Martin Pinzger et al.

Computer Society Press


447 pages




The 27 full and 23 short papers discuss clones, comprehension, code search, API, security, bugs, quality, dynamic analysis, reverse engineering, evolution, binary analysis and refactoring, developers and modularization, and industrial experience. Also included are industrial experience reports, the doctoral symposium, and tool demonstrations. Among specific topics are Internet-scale real-time code clone search with multi-level indexing, measuring the accuracy of bug localization techniques based on information retrieval, assessing software quality by program clustering and defect prediction, mining anomalies from Linux Kbuild, and recovering test-to-code traceability with slicing and conceptual coupling.

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