Practical change impact analysis based on static program slicing for industrial software systems

@article{Acharya2011PracticalCI,
  title={Practical change impact analysis based on static program slicing for industrial software systems},
  author={Mithun Acharya and Brian Robinson},
  journal={2011 33rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE)},
  year={2011},
  pages={746-755}
}
Change impact analysis, i.e., knowing the potential consequences of a software change, is critical for the risk analysis, developer effort estimation, and regression testing of evolving software. Static program slicing is an attractive option for enabling routine change impact analysis for newly committed changesets during daily software build. For small programs with a few thousand lines of code, static program slicing scales well and can assist precise change impact analysis. However, as we… CONTINUE READING
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