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Welcome! You can find here up-to-date information regarding the use of tools developed by the Ptidej Team, mostly from the developers' point of view. We also use this Wiki to share temporary information before putting them on the Web site.

Development

Tooling

Other Interesting Concepts

Other Pages of Interest

Quotes

Software design is widely recognised as being a “wicked” or “ill-structured” problem, characterised by ambiguous specifications, no true/false solutions (only ones that are “better” or “worse” from a particular perspective), the lack of any “stopping rule” to determine when a solution has been reached, and no ultimate test of whether a solution meets the requirements. —Zhang and Budgen

It is very rare that students are so bad that I cannot learn anything from them. —Attributed to Arthur Rubinstein

Related Work

  1. Tan, G. & Croft, J. An empirical security study of the native code in the JDK. Proceedings of the 17th Security Symposium, USENIX Association, 2008, 365-377
  2. Fiutem, R.; Antoniol, G.; Tonella, P. & Merlo, E. ART: An Architectural Revere Engineering Environment. Journal of Software Maintenance: Research and Practice, Wiley, 1999, 11, 339-364
  3. Dean, T. R. & Cordy, J. R. A Syntactic Theory of Software Architecture. Transactions on Software Engineering, IEEE CS Press, 1995, 21, 302-313
  4. Sillito, J.; Murphy, G. C. & De Volder, K. Asking and Answering Questions during a Programming Change Task. Transactions on Software Engineering, IEEE CS Press, 2008, 34, 434-451
  5. Maezawa, Y.; Washizaki, H.; Tanabe, Y. & Honiden, S. Automated Verification of Pattern-based Interaction Invariants in Ajax Applications. Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Automated Software Engineering, IEEE CS Press, 2013
  6. Mendez, D.; Baudry, B. & Monperrus, M. Empirical Evidence of Large-scale Diversity in API Usage of Object-oriented Software. Proceedings of the International Conference on Source Code Analysis, IEEE CS Press, 2013
  7. Kurtev, I.; Bézivin, J. & Aksit, M. An Initial Appraisal. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Distributed Objects and Applications, Spriner-Verlag, 2002
  8. Kohls, C. & Scheiter, K. The Relation between Design Patterns and Schema Theory. Proceedings of the 15th Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs, ACM Press, 2008
  9. Humaira, R.; Sakamoto, K.; Ohashi, A.; Washizaki, H. & Fukazawa, Y. Towards a Unified Source Code Measurement Framework Supporting Multiple Programming Languages. Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School, 2012, 480-485
  10. Zhang, C. & Budgen, D. What Do We Know about the Effectiveness of Software Design Patterns? Transactions on Software Engineering, IEEE CS Press, 2012, 38, 1213-1231
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