ADVANCES IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERI

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ISBN-13:
9780387951096
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.12.2001
Seiten:
467
Autor:
Hakan Erdogmus
Gewicht:
883 g
Format:
246x162x29 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book contains both relevant real-world research, as well as reviews of different areas of interest in the software engineering literature, such as clone identification. The contents of the various sections will provide a better understanding of known problems and detailed treatment of advanced topics. Consequently, the book consolidates the work and findings from leading researchers in the software research community in key areas such as maintainability, architectural recovery, code analysis, software migration, and tool support.
The target readership is software engineering researchers and practitioners (code developers, researchers, lecturers, managers). Large companies, financial community, any company with a vested interest in maintaining a large code base.
Part I: Empirical Studies: O-O Metrics: Principles and Practice. Experiences Conducting Studies of the Work Practices of Software Engineers. Towards Assessing the Usefulness of the TKSee Software Exploration Tool: A Case Study. Comparison of Clones Occurrence in Java and Modula-3 Software Systems.- Part II: Architectural Recovery: The SPOOL Approach to Pattern-Based Recovery of Design Components. Evaluation of Approaches to Clustering for Program Comprehension and Remodularization. Automatic Architectural Clustering of Software. Discovering Implicit Inheritance Relations in Non Object-Oriented Code.- Part III: Maintainability: Design Properties and Evolvability of Object-Oriented Systems. Using Textual Redundancy to Study Source Code Maintainability. Building Parallel Applications Using Design Patterns.- Part IV: Tool Support: The SPOOL Design Repository: Architecture, Schema, and Mechanisms. The Software Bookshelf. Dynamic Documents Over the Web. Support for Geographically Dispersed Software Teams. Parsing C++ Code Despite Missing Declarations. Towards Environment-Retargetable Parser Generators.

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