MACS: Maintenance assistance capability for software

@article{Georges1992MACSMA,
  title={MACS: Maintenance assistance capability for software},
  author={Mari Georges},
  journal={Journal of Software Maintenance},
  year={1992},
  volume={4},
  pages={199-213}
}
ions until a concrete realization is reached. The graph holds (or can directly access) information about decisions and strategy concerning the design. Not only is the current implementation represented-by a single sequence of design decisions-but also previous versions and/or unrealized designs, which are present in the form of other paths, continuing (or not) down to implementation level form. The interest of using this concept in the context of maintenance is that it aids in identifying the… CONTINUE READING
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