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SS 2018-03-06
15:00
Okinawa   An Investigation into the Characteristics of Source Code for Supporting Inline Method
Yuki Yamada, Kyohei Uemura, Eunjong Choi (NAIST), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2017-68
Inline Method is refactoring which puts a method body into its caller and
remove the method. Although this refactoring ... [more]
SS2017-68
pp.23-27
KBSE 2018-03-01
14:50
Okinawa   Automatic Test Code Generation for Extract Method Refactoring
Ko Miyake, Tetsuo Kamina, Katsuhisa Maruyama (Ritsumeikan Univ) KBSE2017-48
Tests are indispensable to check whether an applied refactoring preserves the observable behavior of refactored code.
H... [more]
KBSE2017-48
pp.55-60
ET 2018-01-27
13:45
Hyogo Kobe Univ. A code review support tool for introductory refactoring in a programming exercise -- A Trial Practice by revision of examples with incomplete and redundant code in C language --
Yuki Ue, Hiroyuki Tominaga (Kagawa Univ.) ET2017-83
We have proposed a support system for lectures and exercises in turn about information engineering field. The system mai... [more] ET2017-83
pp.19-24
MSS, SS 2017-01-26
10:30
Kyoto Kyoto Institute of Technology Towards Move Method Refactoring Recommendation using Change Task Context
Naoya Ujihara, Ali Ouni, Takashi Ishio, Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.) MSS2016-58 SS2016-37
Move Method Refactoring is an effective technique to improve software quality. In this research, we have developed a ref... [more] MSS2016-58 SS2016-37
pp.7-12
ET 2016-06-11
14:40
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology A Proposal of Coding Rule for Java Programming Learning Assistant System Using MVC Model and Its Implementation
Nobuya Ishihara, Nobuo Funabiki, Minoru Kuribayashi (Okayama Univ.) ET2016-16
We have developed the Web-based Java Programming Learning System (JPLAS) and have used it in Java programming courses. T... [more] ET2016-16
pp.47-52
SS 2016-03-11
09:00
Okinawa   An Empirical Study of the Severity of Code Smell Using a Refactoring Dataset
Tsubasa Saika, Eunjong Choi (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Shusuke Haruna, Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.) SS2015-91
Code smells are structures in the code that suggest the possibility of refactoring. To prioritize code smells in large-s... [more] SS2015-91
pp.91-96
ET 2016-03-05
14:55
Kagawa Kawaga Univ. (Saiwai-cho Campus) Support and Practice of Applied C Programming Exercise for Problem Solving with Card-Game Strategy -- An Analysis Method of Personal Progress with Revision Situation of Submission Codes in a Contest --
Naoki Hanakawa, Fumiya Gemba, Takayuki Abe, Hiroyuki Tominaga (Kagawa Univ.) ET2015-102
We have proposed an applied C programming exercise with Poker strategy as a card-game. We have offered an execution envi... [more] ET2015-102
pp.51-58
DC, SS 2015-10-14
10:40
Nara Todaiji Culture Center (Nara) Towards Comprehension of Refactoring Tasks with Arbitrary-Granularity-Model Code Clone Detection
Toshihiro Kamiya (Fun) SS2015-42 DC2015-32
Abstract This study describes an extended method of AGM code-clone detection for understanding refactroing. The proposed... [more] SS2015-42 DC2015-32
pp.41-46
DC, SS 2015-10-14
11:10
Nara Todaiji Culture Center (Nara) Memoization Refactoring based on Purity Analysis
Jiachen Yang, Keisuke Hotta, Yoshiki Higo, Shinji Kusumoto (Osaka Univ.) SS2015-43 DC2015-33
Memoization refactoring is a refactoring pattern that caches the result of a given function and returns the same result ... [more] SS2015-43 DC2015-33
pp.47-52
KBSE, SS, IPSJ-SE [detail] 2015-07-22
15:40
Hokkaido   Toward Prioritizing Code Smell Detection Results for Prefactoring
Natthawute Sae-Lim, Shinpei Hayashi, Motoshi Saeki (Tokyo Tech.) SS2015-16 KBSE2015-9
In order to find the opportunities for applying prefactoring, several techniques for detecting bad smells in source code... [more] SS2015-16 KBSE2015-9
pp.33-38
MSS, SS 2015-01-27
10:25
Tottori   An approach based on implicit places to refactoring problem of workflow nets
Jia Zhang, Ichiro Toyoshima, Shingo Yamaguchi (Yamaguchi Univ.) MSS2014-84 SS2014-48
Refactoring is to convert a given workflow net, so as to preserve branching bisimilarity, to another workflow net of it... [more] MSS2014-84 SS2014-48
pp.91-96
KBSE, SS, IPSJ-SE [detail] 2014-07-11
09:00
Hokkaido Furano-Bunka-Kaikan Supporting Prefactoring Using Feature Location Results
Takuya Komatsuda, Shinpei Hayashi, Motoshi Saeki (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) SS2014-20 KBSE2014-23
In order to find the opportunities for applying refactoring, several techniques for detecting bad smells in source code ... [more] SS2014-20 KBSE2014-23
pp.109-114
SS 2014-05-08
14:20
Mie ISE SHIMIN - KATSUDOU Center An investigation of refactoring performed in combination
Tsubasa Saika, Eunjong Choi, Akira Goto (Osaka univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Katsuro Inoue (Osaka univ.) SS2014-1
Numerous tools that support refactoring have been proposed. However, existing refactoring support tools do not support c... [more] SS2014-1
pp.1-6
SS 2014-05-08
14:50
Mie ISE SHIMIN - KATSUDOU Center Supporting Refactoring Based on Presence of Delegation
Ryotaro Kou, Keisuke Hotta, Yoshiki Higo, Hiroshi Igaki, Shinji Kusumoto (Osaka Univ.) SS2014-2
Refactoring has attracted attention for software maintenance.
Therefore, many approaches supporting refactoring have b... [more]
SS2014-2
pp.7-12
SS 2014-03-12
12:05
Okinawa Tenbusu Naha Evaluation for the Value of Refactoring with Mining Software Repositories
Shuhei Kimura, Yoshiki Higo, Shinji Kusumoto (Osaka Univ.) SS2013-90
Developers consider refactoring as an important technique in software maintenance.
However, any technique to evaluate l... [more]
SS2013-90
pp.109-114
SS, IPSJ-SE 2013-10-25
14:10
Ishikawa   And/Or/Call Graph and Its Application to Source-Code Search
Toshihiro Kamiya (Future Univ. Hakodate) SS2013-47
To realize a code search of which a searched concept consists of multiple modules (or source files), this paper presents... [more] SS2013-47
pp.173-178
SS, KBSE 2013-07-26
15:20
Hokkaido   Support for Method-Extraction Refactoring by Automatic Removal of Temporary Variables
Kaori Tajima, Takayuki Omori, Katsuhisa Maruyama (Ritsumeikan Univ.) SS2013-32 KBSE2013-32
The Extract Method, one of the refactoring transformations, is frequently used to improve the ex- tendibility and reusab... [more] SS2013-32 KBSE2013-32
pp.115-120
SS, KBSE 2013-07-26
15:50
Hokkaido   An approach to support duplicate code removal based on their evolutional information
Yoshiki Higo, Shinji Kusumoto (Osaka Univ.) SS2013-33 KBSE2013-33
Previous research studies have proposed a variety of refactoring support techniques for duplicate code. They identify ... [more] SS2013-33 KBSE2013-33
pp.121-126
SS, KBSE 2013-07-26
16:50
Hokkaido   Improving Applicability to Large-Scale Products of a Code-Clone Detetion Method Based on an Arbitrary-Granularity Function Model
Toshihiro Kamiya (Future Univ. Hakodate) SS2013-35 KBSE2013-35
A clone-detection method, which authors have proposed, is to generate all possible execution paths of a target program i... [more] SS2013-35 KBSE2013-35
pp.133-137
SS 2013-05-09
15:40
Kagawa Kagawa University (Saiwaimachi) An Empirical Evaluation of Slice-based Cohesion Approaches to Supporting Extract Method
Kaku Yamaguchi (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (NAIST), Akira Goto, Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.) SS2013-3
Software quality improvement is one of the important activities to enhance the efficiency of development and software m... [more] SS2013-3
pp.13-17
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