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 Fuqing Yang

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May 2006 ICSE '06: Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Software engineering
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 3
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In the past 40 years, software engineering has emerged as an important sub-field of computer science. The quality and productivity of software have been improved and the cost and risk of software development been decreased due to the contributions made in this sub-field. The software engineering community needs to invest ...

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April 2006 ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM): Volume 15 Issue 2, April 2006
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 41
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To facilitate software maintenance and evolution, a helpful step is to locate features concerned in a particular maintenance task. In the literature, both dynamic and interactive approaches have been proposed for feature location. In this article, we present a static and noninteractive method for achieving this objective. The main idea ...
Keywords: feature location, information retrieval, BRCG, static analysis, traceability, Program comprehension

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April 2006 Automated Software Engineering: Volume 13 Issue 2, April 2006
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
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Recently, more attention is paid to the researches and practices on how to use software architecture in software maintenance and evolution to reduce their complexity and cost. The key in such architecture-based maintenance and evolution is to recover software architecture from existing systems. Almost all studies on architecture recovery focus ...
Keywords: Software architecture recovery, Reflection, Component framework, Runtime system

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July 2005 COMPSAC '05: Proceedings of the 29th Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference - Volume 01
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Software reuse is widely believed as a feasible way to improve both the productivity and quality of software development. The developers must be capable to acquire enough desired components before developing with reuse. Many Internet-enabled reuse repositories exist to provide access to reusable resources. It is necessary to eliminate the ...

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October 2004 SIGSOFT '04/FSE-12: Proceedings of the 12th ACM SIGSOFT twelfth international symposium on Foundations of software engineering
Publisher: ACM
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Software reuse is a promising solution to the software crisis. Reuse repositories are the basic infrastructure for software reuse. During the past decade, various academic, commercial, governmental, and industrial organizations have developed many Internet-enabled reuse repositories to provide access to software components and related resources. It has necessitated semantic interoperation ...
Keywords: interoperability, reuse repository, software reuse, automatic matching, semantic analysis
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November 2004  ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes: Volume 29 Issue 6, November 2004

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May 2004 ICSE '04: Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Software Engineering
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Citation Count: 20
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To facilitate software maintenance and evolution, a helpfulstep is to locate features concerned in a particular maintenancetask. In the literature, both dynamic and interactive approacheshave been proposed for feature location. In this paper, wepresent a static and non-interactive method for achieving thisobjective. The main idea of our approach is to ...

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November 2003 COMPSAC '03: Proceedings of the 27th Annual International Conference on Computer Software and Applications
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Citation Count: 8

Runtime environment of software are becoming moreand more dynamic and changeful, while pervasivecomputing and web services further this situation.Software systems are not only becoming larger, morecomplex, and also more rigid, which make it difficult toevolve software. This paper focuses on online evolution,more exactly, how to make online evolution processconvenient and ...
Keywords: Runtime Software Architecture, OnlineEvolution

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November 2002 Journal of Computer Science and Technology: Volume 17 Issue 6, November 2002
Publisher: Institute of Computing Technology
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Citation Count: 1

The need to improve software productivity and software quality has put forward the research on software metrics technology and the development of software metrics tool to support related activities. To support object-oriented software metrics practice effectively, a model-based approach to object-oriented software metrics is proposed in this paper. This approach ...
Keywords: software metrics, software quality model, object-oriented metrics, software reuse

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August 2002 COMPSAC '02: Proceedings of the 26th International Computer Software and Applications Conference on Prolonging Software Life: Development and Redevelopment
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Component-based reuse is a hopeful solution to the software crisis. Research on software architecture (SA) has revealed a component-based vision of the gross structure of software and provides a top-down approach to direct the component-oriented development process. But the gap between SA design and final implementation prevents it from playing ...

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October 2001 COMPSAC '01: Proceedings of the 25th International Computer Software and Applications Conference on Invigorating Software Development
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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This paper introduces a reverse engineering tool, JBOORET (Jade Bird Object-Oriented Reverse Engineering Tool). This tool is developed by adopting a parser-based approach to assist the activity of extracting the higher-level design and source models from system artifacts. A conceptual model is formulated as the knowledge representation. Multi-perspective design and ...
Keywords: Reverse Engineering, CASE Tool, Object-Orientation, Program Understanding

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March 2001 ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes: Volume 26 Issue 2, March 2001
Publisher: ACM
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Software configuration management (SCM) is viewed as an important key technology in software development and is being adopted in software industry more and more widely. And component-based software development (CBSD) is an emerging paradigm in software development. However, the traditional SCM method can not support CBSD effectively and efficiently. In ...
Keywords: software configuration management, software component, software reuse, version control

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September 1998 ACM SIGPLAN Notices: Volume 33 Issue 9, Sept. 1, 1998
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 1
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It is difficult, if not impossible, for the code analyzers to employ front end from compilers, because these front ends extract different program information using different strategy. This paper describes our experiences in building C++ front end as a part of code analysis toolset. The front end customizes the lexical ...
Keywords: C++, CASE, compiler, front end, object orientation, program analysis



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