Dynamic Program Slicing in Understanding of Program Execution


A dynamic program slice is an executable part of a program whose behavior is identical, for the same program input, to that of an original program with respect to a variable(s) of interest at some execution position. In the existing dynamic slicing tools, dynamic slices are represented in the textual form, i.e., a dynamic slice is displayed to programmers… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/WPC.1997.601269


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