An automated code smell and anti-pattern detection approach

@article{Velioglu2017AnAC,
  title={An automated code smell and anti-pattern detection approach},
  author={Sevilay Velioglu and Yunus Emre Selçuk},
  journal={2017 IEEE 15th International Conference on Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications (SERA)},
  year={2017},
  pages={271-275}
}
Today, software maintenance is more expensive than development costs. As class complexity increases, it is increasingly difficult for new programmers to adapt to software projects, causing the cost of the software to go up. Therefore, it's important to produce faultless and understandable code. Moreover, software projects are not developed by one person alone; even a small-scale project needs 3 or more participants working on the code at the same time. Producing well designed code during the… CONTINUE READING

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