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Heuristic Change Propagation Model Encompassing Ripple Effect (HRE)

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Notice of Violation of IEEE Publication Principles

"Heuristic Change Propagation Model Encompassing Ripple Effect (HRE),"
by A.A. Al-Rababah, M.A. AlMaaitah, M.A. Al-Rababah,
in the Proceedings of the International Conference Modern Problems of Radio Engineering, Telecommunications, and Computer Science, 2006. TCSET 2006., pp.28-30, Feb. 2006

After careful and considered review of the content and authorship of this paper by a duly constituted expert committee, this paper has been found to be in violation of IEEE's Publication Principles.

This paper was found to have been previously published. The lead author resubmitted the paper without crediting original coauthor and adding new coauthors. The conference publication chair was not informed of the previous publication nor of the change in authorship.

Due to the nature of this violation, reasonable effort should be made to remove all past references to this paper, and future references should be made to the following article:

"Heuristic Change Propagation Model Encompassing Ripple Effect (HRE),"
by M.Al-Shareef, A. Al-Rababah,
in Asian Journal of Information Technology 4 (10): 950-953, 2005 Grace Publications

Software maintenance is one of the major concerns of software developers and industries. Maintenance highly depends on the understanding of the nature of the system and the relation between modules. However, these relations rely on many factors and all of them can't be determined and studied clearly. One of the most important issues in software maintenance is to propagate the changes when a module is modified 'within the system that is to determine the modules which are affected from the change and determine the next module to trace from the set of affected modules. For this, the modules within the system are represented using a directed graph. When a module is modified a heuristic function will be used to determine the next module to be modified. The chan- e studied in this research is the modification within modules not the insertion or deletion of modules.

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Modern Problems of Radio Engineering, Telecommunications, and Computer Science, 2006. TCSET 2006. International Conference

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Feb. 28 2006-March 4 2006