Application of social networking algorithms in program analysis: understanding execution frequencies
There may be some parts of a program that are more commonly used at runtime, whereas there may be other parts that are less commonly used or not used at all. In this exploratory study, we propose an approach to predict how frequently or rarely different parts of a program will get used at runtime without actually running the program. Knowledge of the most frequently executed parts can help identify the most critical and the most testable parts of a program. The portions predicted to be the less commonly executed tend to be hard to test parts of a program. Knowing the hard to test parts of a ...
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Bieman, James M.