Managing design trade-offs for a program understanding and transformation tool

@article{Griswold1995ManagingDT,
  title={Managing design trade-offs for a program understanding and transformation tool},
  author={William G. Griswold and Darren C. Atkinson},
  journal={Journal of Systems and Software},
  year={1995},
  volume={30},
  pages={99-116}
}
Software maintenance is costly. Part of the problem is that the repeated modification of a software system degrades its structure, thus making it difficult to understand and modify. Semantically rich techniques can help a software engineer understand or restore the structure of a system, but they typically use concurrency analysis or dependence analysis on pointers, which are difficult, at best, to implement efficiently. We believe that less expensive techniques can be used if the design and… CONTINUE READING
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