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Software Maintenance Research in the PROGRESS Project for Predictable Embedded Software Systems

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5 Author(s)
Kraft, J. ; Malardalen Univ., Västerâs, Sweden ; Kienle, H.M. ; Nolte, T. ; Crnkovic, I.
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PROGRESS is a project and strategic research centre at Mälardalen University in Sweden that is funded for 2006-2010 by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF). PROGRESS research targets embedded software in the vehicular, automation, and telecom domains, focusing on the areas of component technology, verification and analysis for predictability, predictable execution, as well as reuse and maintenance of legacy embedded software. We first describe the funding, organization and research areas of PROGRESS, and then give several examples of research that addresses maintenance of legacy embedded software with the goal to improve program comprehension, quality assurance, and debugging. Specifically, we describe research in tracing and trace visualization, impact analysis of temporal behavior, slicing, and system-specific static analyses.

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Software Maintenance and Reengineering (CSMR), 2011 15th European Conference on

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1-4 March 2011