Special Section on Program Comprehension — ICPC 2009
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Rainer Koschke, Andrian Marcus, Gerald C. Gannod
Special Section on Program Comprehension — ICPC 2009
ICPC-J-2009, 2011.

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	editor        = "Rainer Koschke and Andrian Marcus and Gerald C. Gannod",
	journal       = "{Software Quality Journal}",
	number        = 1,
	title         = "{Special Section on Program Comprehension — ICPC 2009}",
	volume        = 19,
	year          = 2011,

Contents (8 items)

ICPC-J-2009-ParninR11 #programming
Resumption strategies for interrupted programming tasks (CP, SR), pp. 5–34.
ICPC-J-2009-HammadCM11 #automation #evolution #identification #traceability
Automatically identifying changes that impact code-to-design traceability during evolution (MH, MLC, JIM), pp. 35–64.
ICPC-J-2009-StefikG11 #empirical #programming language
Empirical studies on programming language stimuli (AS, EG), pp. 65–99.
ICPC-J-2009-SamalikovaKTWS11 #case study #experience #process #towards
Toward objective software process information: experiences from a case study (JS, RJK, JJMT, TW, PS), pp. 101–120.
ICPC-J-2009-Sanz-RodriguezDA11 #evaluation #learning #reuse #usability
Metrics-based evaluation of learning object reusability (JSR, JMD, SSA), pp. 121–140.
ICPC-J-2009-PoonTTK11 #category theory #experience #identification #testing
Contributions of tester experience and a checklist guideline to the identification of categories and choices for software testing (PLP, THT, SFT, FCK), pp. 141–163.
ICPC-J-2009-HsuH11 #analysis #comparison #estimation #relational
Comparison of weighted grey relational analysis for software effort estimation (CJH, CYH), pp. 165–200.
ICPC-J-2009-MoraGRP11 #empirical #metric #modelling #visual notation
Graphical versus textual software measurement modelling: an empirical study (BM, FG, FR, MP), pp. 201–233.

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