An Empirical Study of Static Call Graph Extractors

Abstract

Informally, a call graph represents calls between entities in a given program. The call graphs that compilers compute to determine the applicability of an optimization must typically be conservative: a call may be omitted only if it can never occur in any execution of the program. Numerous software engineering tools also extract call graphs with the… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/279310.279314

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