A Program Slicer Using Def-Slice-Use Tables for Efficiently Slicing Both User-Defined and Library Functions

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Program slicing is a technique for statically analyzing a program and extracting an executable sub-program, which is called a program slice, from the original program. This technique has been widely applied to program testing, debugging and maintenance. This paper presents a slicing method for extracting program slices from a program that calls library… (More)

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@inproceedings{Zhang2000APS, title={A Program Slicer Using Def-Slice-Use Tables for Efficiently Slicing Both User-Defined and Library Functions}, author={Xinjun Zhang and Takao Shimomura}, year={2000} }