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Assisting developers with license compliance
Vendome C., Poshyvanyk D. ICSE 2016 (Companion to the Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering, Austin, TX, May 14-22, 2016) 811-814, 2016. Type: Proceedings
Open-source software licenses determine the conditions under which code can be used or changed. The Open Source Initiative lists dozens of licenses to choose from. A summary of recent research on software licensing is provided and the ...
Jul 21 2016
How good is your comment? A study of comments in Java programs
Haouari D., Sahraoui H., Langlais P. ESEM 2011 (Proceedings of the 2011 International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement, Banff, Alberta, Canada, Sep 22-23, 2011) 137-146, 2011. Type: Proceedings
To understand how developers comment, the Java code for three open-source projects was analyzed. Assuming a comment precedes the relevant program construct, an automatic analysis found that abstract methods, class declarations, interfa...
Jun 22 2012
Practical support for Lean Six Sigma software process definition using IEEE software engineering standards
Land S., Smith D., Walz J., Wiley-IEEE Computer Society Pr, 2008. 412 pp. Type: Book (9780470170809)
Lean Six Sigma has been widely recognized as an integrated tool for ensuring quality in products, processes, and resource optimization. Software processes, and organizations involved in managing software projects, can draw lessons from...
Dec 22 2008
HotComments: how to make program comments more useful?
Tan L., Yuan D., Zhou Y. Hot topics in operating systems (Proceedings of the 11th USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems, San Diego, CA, May 7-9, 2007) 1-6, 2007. Type: Proceedings
Can knowledge contained in natural language program comments be automatically exploited to detect bugs in source code? Tan et al. seek to answer this question by first constructing a program-comment analyzer, capable of detecting rules...
Jun 6 2008
Finding and documenting the specialization interface of an application framework
Hautamäki J., Koskimies K. Software--Practice & Experience 36(13): 1443-1465, 2006. Type: Article
Mining the specialization interface of a framework is a difficult task in the presence of poor documentation. This paper develops a systematic goal-oriented approach to find, specify, and use the specialization interface of a framework...
Nov 22 2007
Practical support for CMMI-SW software project documentation using IEEE software engineering standards
Land S., Walz J., Wiley-IEEE Computer Society Pr, 2005. 343 pp. Type: Book (9780471738497)
The audience most likely to benefit from reading this text includes less experienced developers, managers, and even software engineering students involved with projects. The aim is to help with project documentation, which goes a long ...
Apr 24 2006
Automatic Model Transformations Using Extended UML Object Diagrams in Modeling Environments
Milicev D. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 28(4): 413-431, 2002. Type: Article
There is often an undesirably large gap between academic research and industry practice. This is all too frequently the case in the very areas that should be narrowing the gap; namely, software engineering research areas, including mo...
Oct 17 2002
Dynamic documents over the Web
Alencar P., Cowan D., German D., Nova L., Fraser B., Roberts J., Pianosi G. In
Advances in software engineering
. New York, NY: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., 2002. Type: Book Chapter
The case for using a database for storing dynamic documents is presented clearly and persuasively in this chapter, alongside practical implementation with commercial relational databases. Separation of document content, structure, pre...
Jul 12 2002
Integrated hypertext and program understanding tools
Brown P. IBM Systems Journal 30(3): 363-392, 1991. Type: Article
One of the main reasons that people are in the software loop is to maintain the link between the domain (“What does this software do?”) and the implementation (“How does this software work?”). W...
Nov 1 1992
Illustrating computer documentation
Horton W., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY, 1991. Type: Book (9780471538455)
In my review of Horton’s earlier book , I commented upon the author’s emphasis on design effort, and said such a viewpoint was justified for much the same reasons that I have emphasized design in my writing on so...
Jun 1 1992
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