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ROMEO: reverse engineering from OO source code to OMT design

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4 Author(s)
Theodoros, L. ; Leeds Metropolitan Univ., UK ; Edwards, H.M. ; Bryant, A. ; Willis, N.

The reverse engineering method of object oriented systems (ROMEO) takes the source code for an existing OO system and derives a no-loss representation of the system documented in object-oriented modeling technique (OMT) format. This representation of the system is derived through the use of a series of transformations. This paper describes in detail all the transformation steps needed for the extraction of the object design, discusses the experience gained from the application of the method to a case study and outlines the tools that can support the ROMEO methodology

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Reverse Engineering, 1998. Proceedings. Fifth Working Conference on

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12-14 Oct 1998