Reducing Remodularization Complexity Through Modular-Objective Decoupling

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This dissertation defines “modular-objective coupling”, and shows that programming language designs which imply reduced modular-objective coupling reduce complexity of remodularizations—behaviour-preserving restructurings for which the only intended goals are to change program source code structure. We explicitly distinguish between two points of view on… (More)

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