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Unreachable procedures are procedures that can never be invoked. Their existence may adversely affect the performance of a program. Unfortunately, their detection requires the entire program to be present. Using a long-time code modification system, we analyze large, linked, program modules of...
Modern object-oriented languages and programming paradigms require finer-grain division of memory than is provided by traditional paging and segmentation systems. This paper describes the design of an OSM (Object Space Manager) that allows partitioning of real memory on object, rather than page,...
Static analysis of programs is indispensable to any software tool, environment, or system that requires compile-time information about the semantics of programs. With the emergence of languages like C and LISP, static analysis of programs with dynamic storage and recursive data structures has...
This paper presents a method for semi-automatic bug localization, generalized algorithmic debugging, which has been integrated with the category partition method for functional testing. In this way the efficiency of the algorithmic debugging method for bug localization can be improved by using...
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