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Atomic architectural component recovery for program understanding and evolution

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1 Author(s)
Koschke, R. ; Stuttgart Univ., Germany

Component recovery and remodularization is a means to get back control on large and complex legacy systems suffering from ad-hoc changes by recovering logical components and restructuring the physical components accordingly to decrease coupling among components and increase cohesion of components. This thesis is on unifying, quantitatively and qualitatively evaluating, improving, and integrating automatic and semi-automatic methods for component recovery.

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Software Maintenance, 2002. Proceedings. International Conference on

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