Illustrating interference in interfering versions of programs

@inproceedings{Reps1989IllustratingII,
  title={Illustrating interference in interfering versions of programs},
  author={Thomas W. Reps and Terry M. Bricker},
  booktitle={SCM '89},
  year={1989}
}
The need to integrate several versions of a program into a common one arises frequently, but it is a tedious and time consuming task to merge programs by hand. The program-integration algorithm recently proposed by S. Horwitz, J. Prins, and T. Reps provides a way to create a semantics-based tool for program integration. The integration algorithm is based on the assumption that any change in the behavior, rather than the text, of a program variant is significant and must be preserved in the… CONTINUE READING

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