Understanding the Behavior of Java Programs

@inproceedings{Syst2000UnderstandingTB,
  title={Understanding the Behavior of Java Programs},
  author={Tarja Syst{\"a}},
  booktitle={WCRE},
  year={2000}
}
To fully understand the underlying architecture of an object-oriented software system, both static and dynamic analyses are needed. Dynamic reverse engineering techniques are especially important for understanding the run-time behavior of objects in a distributed object system s and in systems that rely heavily on polymorphism. Shimba, a prototype reverse engineering environment, has been built to support understanding an existing Java software system. The dynamic event trace information is… CONTINUE READING
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