Tracking structural evolution using origin analysis

@inproceedings{Godfrey2002TrackingSE,
  title={Tracking structural evolution using origin analysis},
  author={Michael W. Godfrey and Qiang Tu},
  booktitle={IWPSE '02},
  year={2002}
}
Many long term studies of software evolution have made the simplifying assumption that the system's architecture and low-level structure is relatively stable. In our past work, we have found that this is often untrue; therefore, we have sought to investigate ways to detect and model structural change in software systems through a technique we call origin analysis [6] and supported a tool called Beagle [7]. In this position paper, we present a summary of our recent and ongoing work in this area… CONTINUE READING
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