Using trace sampling techniques to identify dynamic clusters of classes

@inproceedings{Dugerdil2007UsingTS,
  title={Using trace sampling techniques to identify dynamic clusters of classes},
  author={Philippe Dugerdil},
  booktitle={CASCON},
  year={2007}
}
In dynamic analysis (i.e. execution trace analysis), an important problem is to cope with the volume of data to process. However, in the literature, no definitive solution has yet been proposed. Generally, the techniques start by compressing the execution trace before proceeding with the analysis. In this paper we propose a way to process the uncompressed execution trace using a sampling technique. Then, we present the concept of temporally omnipresent class that is the analogy of the "noise… CONTINUE READING

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