Archive for the ‘Reverse Engineering of Object Oriented Code’ Category

Reverse engineering aims at supporting program comprehension, by exploiting the source code as the major source of information about the organization and behavior of a program, and by extracting a set of potentially useful views provided to programmers in the form of diagrams. Alternative perspectives can be adopted when the source code is analyzed and different higher level views are extracted from it. The focus may either be on the structure, on the behavior, on the internal states, or on the physical organization of the files. A single diagram recovered from the code through reverse engineering is insufficient. Rather, a set of complementary views need to be obtained, addressing different program understanding needs.

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