Precise Executable Interprocedural Slices

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The notion of a <italic>program slice</italic>, originally introduced by Mark Weiser, is useful in program debugging, automatic parallelization, program integration, and software maintenance. A slice of a program is taken with respect to a program point <italic>p</italic> and a variable <italic>x</italic>; the slice consists of all statements of the program… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/176454.176473

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@article{Binkley1993PreciseEI, title={Precise Executable Interprocedural Slices}, author={David Binkley}, journal={LOPLAS}, year={1993}, volume={2}, pages={31-45} }