PROPHET : Tool Infrastructure To Support Program Comprehension Experiments

@inproceedings{Feigenspan2011PROPHETT,
  title={PROPHET : Tool Infrastructure To Support Program Comprehension Experiments},
  author={Janet Feigenspan and Norbert Siegmund and Andreas Hasselberg},
  year={2011}
}
Program comprehension is an important human factor in software engineering. To evaluate and improve it, controlled experiments are usually necessary, which, however, require a lot of effort. To support researchers in planning and conducting program-comprehension experiments, we developed the extensible tool PROPHET. It can fulfill the most common requirements of program-comprehension experiments published in the last five years. Furthermore, PROPHET provides an extensible architecture, so that… CONTINUE READING

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