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Sibylle Schupp, Andrew Walenstein
Special Section on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation — SCAM 2009
SCAM-J-2009, 2011.

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	editor        = "Sibylle Schupp and Andrew Walenstein",
	journal       = "{Software Quality Journal}",
	number        = 2,
	title         = "{Special Section on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation — SCAM 2009}",
	volume        = 19,
	year          = 2011,

Contents (10 items)

SCAM-J-2009-Giffhorn11 #concurrent #source code
Advanced chopping of sequential and concurrent programs (DG), pp. 239–294.
SCAM-J-2009-TiarksKF11 #assessment #detection #state of the art #tool support
An extended assessment of type-3 clones as detected by state-of-the-art tools (RT, RK, RF), pp. 295–331.
SCAM-J-2009-LammelZ11 #grammar recovery #java #specification
Recovering grammar relationships for the Java Language Specification (RL, VZ), pp. 333–378.
SCAM-J-2009-Ross11 #editing #quality
Guest Editor’s Introduction to the Special Section on the 2009 Software Quality Management conference (MR), pp. 379–380.
SCAM-J-2009-ClipshamMBM11 #development #framework #multi
Proposing a multi-agency development framework (PC, EM, LB, PM), pp. 381–391.
SCAM-J-2009-HollandD11 #classification #information management #quality #tool support
Classification and selection of tools for quality knowledge management (SH, RD), pp. 393–409.
SCAM-J-2009-FouadPKJ11 #architecture #modelling #requirements
Embedding requirements within Model-Driven Architecture (AF, KP, JMK, SJ), pp. 411–430.
SCAM-J-2009-ShubatiDD11 #generative #reasoning
Artefact generation in second life with case-based reasoning (AS, CWD, RD), pp. 431–446.
SCAM-J-2009-DesharnaisAS11 #analysis #identification #metric
Identification and analysis of attributes and base measures within ISO 9126 (JMD, AA, WS), pp. 447–460.
SCAM-J-2009-PhalpAJVK11 #case study #comprehension #requirements
The role of comprehension in requirements and implications for use case descriptions (KP, AA, SJ, JV, JMK), pp. 461–486.

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