EMPIRICAL APPROACH TO VALIDATE HEURISTIC ALGORITHMS FOR PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING TO OBJECT ORIENTED DESIGN MIGRATION.

@inproceedings{Samsuddoha2017EMPIRICALAT,
  title={EMPIRICAL APPROACH TO VALIDATE HEURISTIC ALGORITHMS FOR PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING TO OBJECT ORIENTED DESIGN MIGRATION.},
  author={Samsuddoha and Md. Saeed Siddik and Selim and Shah Mostafa Khaled},
  year={2017}
}
Md. Samsuddoha 1 , * Md. Saeed Siddik 2 , Md. Selim 2 and Shah Mostafa Khaled 2 . 1. Department of Computer Science Engineering, University of Barisal. 2. Institute of Information Technology, University of Dhaka. ...................................................................................................................... Manuscript Info Abstract ......................... ........................................................................ Manuscript History 

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