Reuse-Driven Interprocedural Slicing in the Presence of Pointers and Recursion

@inproceedings{Liang1999ReuseDrivenIS,
  title={Reuse-Driven Interprocedural Slicing in the Presence of Pointers and Recursion},
  author={Donglin Liang and Mary Jean Harrold},
  booktitle={ICSM},
  year={1999}
}
Program slicing, a technique to compute the subset of program statements that can affect the value of a program variable at a specific program point, is widely used in tools to support maintenance activities. To be useful for supporting these activities, a slicing technique must be sufficiently precise and efficient. Harrold and Ci propose a method for improving the efficiency of slicing by reusing slicing information for subsequent slicing. This paper presents an interprocedural slicing… CONTINUE READING
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