Manipulating Recovered Software Architecture Views

  title={Manipulating Recovered Software Architecture Views},
  author={Alexander S. Yeh and David R. Harris and Melissa P. Chase},
  journal={Proceedings of the (19th) International Conference on Software Engineering},
Automatically recovered (reverse engineered) architectural views of legacy software are valuable for carrying out many software engineering tasks. However, while directly recovered views provide some relevant information, they often are either too fragmented or complex to be really useful in practice. This paper describes methods for making views more useful. We automatically combine and/or simplify views to produce hierarchies, hybrids, and abstractions. The methods we use take advantage of… CONTINUE READING
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