How Programs Represent Reality (and how they don't)

@article{Ratiu2006HowPR,
  title={How Programs Represent Reality (and how they don't)},
  author={Daniel Ratiu and Florian Dei\ssenb{\"o}ck},
  journal={2006 13th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering},
  year={2006},
  pages={83-92}
}
Programming is modeling the reality. Most of the times, the mapping between source code and the real world concepts are captured implicitly in the names of identifiers. Making these mappings explicit enables us to regard programs from a conceptual perspective and thereby to detect semantic defects such as (logical) redundancies in the implementation of concepts and improper naming of program entities. We present real world examples of these problems found in the Java standard library and… CONTINUE READING
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