Michelle Buckellew

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Software engineers frequently need to locate the code that implements a specific feature of a program in order to fix a problem or add an enhancement. Several methods have recently been proposed to aid in feature location, notably the software reconnaissance method, which uses dynamic analysis of traces of execution, and the dependency graph method which(More)
Feature location is a major problem in supporting legacy code. Two methods, the Sojhare Reconnaissance technique and the Dependency Graph search method, have been proposed to help software engineers locate features in a program that needs to be modiped. Both methods have been developed and evaluated largely using relatively modern C code. This report(More)
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