Very-Large Scale Code Clone Analysis and Visualization of Open Source Programs Using Distributed CCFinder: D-CCFinder

@article{Livieri2007VeryLargeSC,
  title={Very-Large Scale Code Clone Analysis and Visualization of Open Source Programs Using Distributed CCFinder: D-CCFinder},
  author={Simone Livieri and Yoshiki Higo and Makoto Matsushita and Katsuro Inoue},
  journal={29th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE'07)},
  year={2007},
  pages={106-115}
}
The increasing performance-price ratio of computer hardware makes possible to explore a distributed approach at code clone analysis. This paper presents D-CCFinder, a distributed approach at large-scale code clone analysis. D-CCFinder has been implemented with 80 PC workstations in our student laboratory, and a vast collection of open source software with about 400 million lines in total has been analyzed with it in about 2 days. The result has been visualized as a scatter plot, which showed… CONTINUE READING
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