Are automatically-detected code anomalies relevant to architectural modularity?: an exploratory analysis of evolving systems

@inproceedings{Bertran2012AreAC,
  title={Are automatically-detected code anomalies relevant to architectural modularity?: an exploratory analysis of evolving systems},
  author={Isela Macia Bertran and Joshua Garcia and Daniel Popescu and Alessandro F. Garcia and Nenad Medvidovic and Arndt von Staa},
  booktitle={AOSD},
  year={2012}
}
As software systems are maintained, their architecture modularity often degrades through architectural erosion and drift. More directly, however, the modularity of software implementations degrades through the introduction of code anomalies, informally known as code smells. A number of strategies have been developed for supporting the automatic identification of implementation anomalies when only the source code is available. However, it is still unknown how reliable these strategies are when… CONTINUE READING
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