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Program slicing is an effective techniqe for narrowing the focus of attention to the relevant parts of a program during the debugging process. However, imprecision is a problem in static slices, since they are based on all possible executions that reach a given program point rather than the...
Software configuration management (SCM) suffers from tight coupling between SCM version-ing models and the imposed SCM processes. In order to adapt SCM tools to SCM processes, rather than vice versa, we propose a unified versioning model, the version set model . Version sets denote versions,...
Specification matching is a way to compare two software components, based on descriptions of the component's behaviors. In the context of software reuse and library retrieval, it can help determine whether one component can be substituted for another or how one can be modified to fit the...
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