Proceedings, International Conference on Software Maintenance: Monterey, California, November 4-8, 1996
Papers from the November 1996 conference explore issues in software modernization and the evolution of software maintenance. The volume contains sections on modernizing legacy systems, impact analysis of software changes, measuring maintainability, specifying and using tools, the maintenance process, migrating to object-oriented systems, modeling software maintenance practice, reusing software during maintenance, reverse engineering, documenting for maintenance, and analyzing code. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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Deriving an Object Model from Legacy Fortran Code
Restructuring Sequential Fortran Code into a ParallelDistributed Application
Recovering the Structure of Software Systems using Tube Graph
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Abstract abstract syntax tree activity affected algorithms analyzed application approach architecture attributes C++DG called change request Cimitile clones COBOL components Computer Conference on Software constraints CORBA cost data members database debugger defined dependence edge described domain dopar entities error density evaluation example execution existing fault-prone Figure formal Fortran function global identify IEEE impact analysis implementation input integration interfaced complexities language loop maintainers maintenance process MANIFold metrics modified modules nodes object model object-oriented ODMG operations output performed Petri net postconditions potential priglo problem Proc procedure program slicing reengineering regression testing requirements reuse reverse engineering routines schema semantics SMPrT software architecture software change software development Software Engineering Software Maintenance software metrics software quality software systems source code specification step structure subroutine subsystem Table techniques tion tube graph unmodified variables virtual functions visualization xdbx