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Dintzner, N.J.R. (author), van Deursen, A. (author), Pinzger, M (author)
The evolution of highly configurable systems is known to be a challenging task. Thorough understanding of configuration options their relationships, and their implementation in various types of artefacts (variability model, mapping, and implementation) is required to avoid compilation errors, invalid products, or dead code. Recent studies...
journal article 2018
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Dintzner, N.J.R. (author), van Deursen, A. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
Evolving a large scale, highly variable system is a challenging task. For such a system, evolution operations often require to update consistently both their implementation and its feature model. In this context, the evolution of the feature model closely follows the evolution of the system. The purpose of this work is to show that fine...
journal article 2017
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Dintzner, N.J.R. (author), van Deursen, A. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
The study of the evolution of highly configurable systems requires a thorough understanding of thee core ingredients of such systems: (1) the underlying variability model; (2) the assets that together implement the configurable features; and (3) the mapping from variable features to actual assets. Unfortunately, to date no systematic way to...
conference paper 2016
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Dintzner, N.J.R. (author), Van Deursen, A. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
The study of the evolution of highly configurable systems requires a thorough understanding of thee core ingredients of such systems: (1) the underlying variability model; (2) the assets that together implement the configurable features; and (3) the mapping from variable features to actual assets. Unfortunately, to date no systematic way to...
conference paper 2016
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Dintzner, N. (author), Van Deursen, A. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
Evolving a large scale, highly variable systems is a challenging task. For such a system, evolution operations often require to update consistently both their implementation and its feature model. In this context, the evolution of the feature model closely follows the evolution of the system. The purpose of this work is to show that fine-grained...
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Dintzner, N.J.R. (author), Van Deursen, A. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
Evolving a large scale, highly variable system is a challenging task. For such a system, evolution operations often require to update consistently both their implementation and its feature model. In this context, the evolution of the feature model closely follows the evolution of the system. The purpose of this work is to show that fine-grained...
journal article 2015
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Dintzner, N.J.R. (author), Van Deursen, A. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
Evolving a large scale, highly variable sys- tems is a challenging task. For such a system, evolution operations often require to update consistently both their implementation and its feature model. In this con- text, the evolution of the feature model closely follows the evolution of the system. The purpose of this work is to show that fine...
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Dintzner, N.J.R. (author), Kulesza, U. (author), Van Deursen, A. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
Evolving large-scale, complex and highly variable systems is known to be a difficult task, where a single change can ripple through various parts of the system with potentially undesirable effects. In the case of product lines, and moreover multi-product lines, a change may affect only certain variants or certain combinations of features, making...
report 2014
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Romano, D. (author), Raemaekers, S. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
Recent studies have shown that the violation of the Interface Segregation Principle (ISP) is critical for maintaining and evolving software systems. Fat interfaces (i.e., interfaces violating the ISP) change more frequently and degrade the quality of the components coupled to them. According to the ISP the interfaces’ design should force no...
report 2014
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Romano, D. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
The relevance of the service interfaces’ granularity and its architectural impact have been widely investigated in literature. Existing studies show that the granularity of a service interface, in terms of exposed operations, should reflect their clients’ usage. This idea has been formalized in the Consumer-Driven Contracts pattern (CDC)....
report 2014
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Dintzner, N.J.R. (author), Van Deursen, A. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
The Linux kernel feature model has been studied as an example of large scale evolving feature model and yet details of its evolution are not known. We present here a classification of feature changes occurring on the Linux kernel feature model, as well as a tool, FMDiff, designed to automatically extract those changes. With this tool, we...
report 2014
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Hermans, F.F.J. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), van Deursen, A. (author)
Spreadsheets are used extensively in business processes around the world and just like software, spreadsheets are changed throughout their lifetime causing understandability and maintainability issues. This paper adapts known code smells to spreadsheet formulas. To that end we present a list of metrics by which we can detect smelly formulas; a...
journal article 2014
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Gousios, G. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), van Deursen, A. (author)
The advent of distributed version control systems has led to the development of a new paradigm for distributed software development; instead of pushing changes to a central repository, developers pull them from other repositories and merge them locally. Various code hosting sites, notably Github, have tapped on the opportunity to facilitate pull...
conference paper 2014
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Dintzner, N.J.R. (author), Kulesza, U. (author), van Deursen, A. (author), Pinzger, M (author)
Evolving large-scale, complex and highly variable systems is known to be a difficult task, where a single change can ripple through various parts of the system with potentially undesirable effects. In the case of product lines, and moreover multi-product lines, a change may affect only certain variants or certain combinations of features, making...
conference paper 2014
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Romano, D. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
Version: Accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM), 2013, IEEE Computer Society. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICSM.2013.49 Q&A sites have become popular to share and look for valuable knowledge. Users can easily and quickly access high quality answers to common questions. The...
report 2013
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Giger, E. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), Gall, H.C. (author)
Two important questions concerning the coordination of development effort are which bugs to fix first and how long it takes to fix them. In this paper we investigate empirically the relationships between bug report attributes and the time to fix. The objective is to compute prediction models that can be used to recommend whether a new bug should...
report 2013
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Hermans, F.F.J. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), Van Deursen, A. (author)
Preprint of article published in: Empirical Software Engineering, February 2014, Springer Science+Business Media New York, doi:10.1007/s10664-013-9296-2 Spreadsheets are used extensively in business processes around the world and just like software, spreadsheets are changed throughout their lifetime causing understandability and maintainability...
report 2013
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Romano, D. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
Preprint of paper published in: ICWS 2012 - IEEE 19th International Conference on Web Services, 24-29 June 2012; doi:10.1109/ICWS.2012.29 In the service-oriented paradigm web service interfaces are considered contracts between web service subscribers and providers. However, these interfaces are continuously evolving over time to satisfy changes...
report 2012
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Romano, D. (author), Raila, P. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), Khomh, F. (author)
Preprint of paper published in: WCRE 2012 - Proceedings of the 19th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering, 15-18 October 2012; doi:10.1109/WCRE.2012.53 Antipatterns are poor solutions to design and implementation problems which are claimed to make object oriented systems hard to maintain. Our recent studies showed that classes with...
report 2012
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Hermans, F.F.J. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), Van Deursen, A. (author)
Spreadsheets are widely used in industry, because they are flexible and easy to use. Often they are used for business-critical applications. It is however difficult for spreadsheet users to correctly assess the quality of spreadsheets, especially with respect to the understandability. Understandability of spreadsheets is important, since...
report 2012
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