Evaluating software refactoring tool support

@article{Mealy2006EvaluatingSR,
  title={Evaluating software refactoring tool support},
  author={Erica Mealy and Paul A. Strooper},
  journal={Australian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={10 pp.-340}
}
Up to 75% of the costs associated with the development of software systems occur post-deployment during maintenance and evolution. Software refactoring is a process that can significantly reduce the costs associated with software evolution. Refactoring is defined as internal modification of source code to improve system quality, without change to observable behaviour. Tool support for software refactoring attempts to further reduce evolution costs by automating manual, error-prone and tedious… CONTINUE READING

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