Reverse Engineering on the Mainframe: Lessons Learned from "In Vivo" Research

@article{Geet2010ReverseEO,
  title={Reverse Engineering on the Mainframe: Lessons Learned from "In Vivo" Research},
  author={Joris Van Geet and Serge Demeyer},
  journal={IEEE Software},
  year={2010},
  volume={27},
  pages={30-36}
}
Despite growth in the popularity of desktop systems, Web applications, and mobile computing, mainframe systems remain the dominant force in large-scale enterprise computing. Although they're sometimes referred to as "the dinosaurs of computing," even mainframe systems must adapt to changing circumstances to survive. Although reverse-engineering and reengineering techniques can help identify and achieve these adaptations, current techniques are mainly geared mainly toward more modern… CONTINUE READING

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