Program Slicing: Methods and Applications

@inproceedings{Lucia2001ProgramSM,
  title={Program Slicing: Methods and Applications},
  author={Andrea De Lucia},
  booktitle={SCAM},
  year={2001}
}
Program slicing is a viable method to restrict the focus of a task to specific sub-components of a program. Examples of applications include debugging, testing, program comprehension, restructuring, downsizing, and parallelization. This paper discusses different statement deletion based slicing methods, together with algorithms and applications to software engineering. 
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