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This article is the fifth installment of our series of articles on survey research. In it, we discuss what we mean by a population and a sample and the implications of each for survey research. We provide examples of correct and incorrect sampling techniques used in software engineering surveys.
Traditional information-flow analysis is mainly based on dataflow and control-flow analysis. In object-oriented program, because of pointer aliasing, inheritance, and polymorphism, information-flow analysis become very complicated. Especially, it is difficult to rely only on normal data and...
Software Configuration Management (SCM) is an important discipline in professional software development and maintenance. The importance of SCM has increased as programs have become larger and more complex and mission/life-critical. This paper discusses the evolution of SCM technology from the...
The development of the World Wide Web over the course of the past ten years has run rampant. The course it has taken has been both swift and unpredictable. The largest distributed system in the world began as a utopian notion of an interconnected and open web of information, the dream of the...
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