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Addendum to "Locating Features in Source Code'
February 2004 (vol. 30 no. 2)
pp. 140

Abstract—In this supplement to the paper "Locating Features in Source Code” published in TSE, we compare three approaches that apply formal concept analysis on execution profiles. This survey extends the discourse of related research in the aforementioned paper in discussing the work by Bojic and Velasevic.

[1] T. Eisenbarth, R. Koschke, and D. Simon, Locating Features in Source Code IEEE Trans. Software Eng., vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 210-224, Mar. 2003.
[2] D. Bojic and D. Velasevic, A Use-Case Driven Method of Architecture Recovery for Program Understanding and Reuse Engineering Proc. Fourth European Conf. Software Maintenance and Reeng., pp. 23-32, Feb. 2000.
[3] T. Ball, The Concept of Dynamic Analysis Proc. Seventh European Software Eng. Conf., pp. 216-234, Sept. 1999.
[4] D. Bojic and D. Velasevic, URCA Approach to Scenario-Based Round-Trip Engineering Proc. OOPSLA 2000 Workshop Scenario-Based Round-Trip Eng., pp. 51-56, Oct. 2000.

Index Terms:
Formal concept analysis, feature location, program analysis, software architecture recovery.
Dragan Bojic, Thomas Eisenbarth, Rainer Koschke, Daniel Simon, Dusan Velasevic, "Addendum to "Locating Features in Source Code'," IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 140, Feb. 2004, doi:10.1109/TSE.2004.1265818
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