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Lisbon, Portugal
Sept. 5, 2005 to Sept. 6, 2005
ISBN: 0-7695-2349-8
pp: 123-134
Serge Demeyer , Serge Demeyer
Filip Van Rysselberghe , Filip Van Rysselberghe
Tudor Girba , Tudor Girba
Jacek Ratzinger , Jacek Ratzinger
Radu Marinescu , Radu Marinescu
Tom Mens , Tom Mens
Bart Du Bois , Bart Du Bois
Dirk Janssens , Dirk Janssens
Stephane Ducasse , Stephane Ducasse
Michele Lanza , Michele Lanza
Matthias Rieger , Matthias Rieger
Harald Gall , Harald Gall
Mohammad El-Ramly , Mohammad El-Ramly
ABSTRACT
The notion of refactoring - transforming the sourcecode of an object-oriented program without changing its external behaviour - has been studied intensively within the last decade. This diversity has created a plethora of toy-examples, cases and code snippets, which make it hard to assess the current state-of-the-art. Moreover, due to this diversity, there is currently no accepted way of teaching good refactoring practices, despite the acknowledgment in the software engineering body of knowledge. Therefore, this paper presents a common example - the LAN simulation - which has been used by a number of European Universities for both research and teaching purposes.
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Serge Demeyer, Filip Van Rysselberghe, Tudor Girba, Jacek Ratzinger, Radu Marinescu, Tom Mens, Bart Du Bois, Dirk Janssens, Stephane Ducasse, Michele Lanza, Matthias Rieger, Harald Gall, Mohammad El-Ramly, "The LAN-simulation: A Refactoring Teaching Example", IWPSE, 2005, Proceedings. Eighth International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution, Proceedings. Eighth International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution 2005, pp. 123-134, doi:10.1109/IWPSE.2005.30
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