Precise Interprocedural Chopping

@inproceedings{Reps1995PreciseIC,
  title={Precise Interprocedural Chopping},
  author={Thomas W. Reps and Genevieve Rosay},
  booktitle={SIGSOFT FSE},
  year={1995}
}
The notion of a program slice, originally introduced by Mark Weiser, is a fundamental operation for addressing many software-engineering problems, including program understanding, debugging, maintenance, testing, and merging. A slice determines either all program elements that might affect a given element (“backward slicing”) or all elements that could be affected by a given element (“forward slicing”). Jackson and Rollins introduced a related operation, called program chopping, which is a kind… CONTINUE READING

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