The Software Migration Barbell

@inproceedings{Malton2001TheSM,
  title={The Software Migration Barbell},
  author={Andrew J. Malton},
  year={2001}
}
Software source migration is the reengineering task of deploying existing software in a new environment, by significant modification of the source code. This paper presents a model, called the “Barbell Model”, which accounts for the author’s experiences in carrying out semi-automated source migration tasks. The Barbell Model consists of three phases: source normalization, carried out in the source domain alone; “blind” translation; and target optimization, carried out in the target domain alone… CONTINUE READING

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