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Billottet, Camille Kétsia (author)
Smells are everywhere around us. They are within ourselves and around us, they impact us in our mother’s womb and throughout our entire lives, until death. But while sight and touch prevail in the contemporary approach of design and architecture, the olfactive dimension of our built environment is often forgotten.<br/>This thesis aims at...
master thesis 2020
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Lim, Dustin (author)
Code smells are patterns in programming code which indicate potential issues with software quality. Previous research resulted in the development of code smell detectors: automated tools which traverse through large quantities of code and return smell detections to software developers.<br/>The Android platform has become very popular over the...
master thesis 2018
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Verloop, D. (author)
The mobile applications market is growing rapidly, over 85 billion mobile applications have been downloaded. Smartphone sales are already bigger than computer sales and this might become the first year in which over one billion smart phones will be sold. Regardless of these statistics there is not a lot of research to be found on the subject. In...
master thesis 2013
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Bouma, G. (author)
The practice of code cloning is something every software developer has to deal with at some point. The evolution of code clones is of particular interest, because the effects of cloning code show up later in the lifetime of a project. We research the effects a clone's properties have on its evolutionary behavior. For this purpose an approach to...
master thesis 2012
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Boekesteijn, J. (author)
Static analysis techniques provide a means to detect software errors early in the development process, without actually having to run the software that is being analyzed. These techniques are common for statically typed languages and have found their way into IDEs such as Eclipse and Visual Studio. However, applying the same techniques to...
master thesis 2012
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Van Meir, S.L.O. (author)
In recent years, innovations like Smartphones, 3G (wireless Internet), and social media have entered the Dutch market. These innovations lead to brand transparency because they give customers access to brand related information and and allow them share that information amongst each other. Loyal customers therefore might be tempted to consider...
master thesis 2012
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Peters, R.R. (author)
An anti-pattern is a commonly occurring solution that will always have negative consequences, when applied to a recurring problem. Code smells are considered to be symptoms of anti-patterns and occur at source code level. The lifespan of code smells in a software system can be determined by mining the software repository on which the system is...
master thesis 2011
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