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Issue No.04 - July/August (vol.27 vol.27)
pp: 22-25
Published by the IEEE Computer Society
Yann-Gaël Guehénéuc , École Polytechnique of Montreal
Juan Fernández-Ramil , The Open University, UK
Tom Mens , Université de Mons
ABSTRACT
Evolving and maintaining software-intensive systems is critical, and, consequently, most developers are involved in maintaining, incrementally enhancing, and adapting existing systems. Many research groups are working in this research area of software evolution and producing a growing body of knowledge. This special issue brings the topic into the spotlight it deserves by providing a sample of industrially-relevant research results aimed at facilitating various aspects of software evolution. We hope that this will stimulate further consideration, awareness, and research into software evolution.
INDEX TERMS
software change, software evolution, software maintenance, software quality
CITATION
Yann-Gaël Guehénéuc, Juan Fernández-Ramil, and Tom Mens, "Guest Editors' Introduction: Software Evolution", IEEE Software, vol.27, Issue No.04 - July/August, July/August 2010, pp. 22-25, doi:10.1109/MS.2010.100
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