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An Eclipse Plugin to Support Code Smells Detection
Abstract:

Eradication of code smells is often pointed out as a way to improve readability, extensibility and design in existing software. However, code smell detection in large systems remains time consuming and error-prone, partly due to the inherent subjectivity of the detection processes presently available. In view of mitigating the subjectivity problem, this paper presents a tool that automates a technique for the detection and assessment of code smells in Java source code, developed as an Eclipse plug-in. The technique is based upon a Binary Logistic Regression model and calibrated by expert’s knowledge. A short overview of the technique is provided and the tool is described.


URL: http://ctp.di.fct.unl.pt/QUASAR/Resources/Papers/2011/Pessoa_et_al_INFORUM2011.pdf

@ Proceedings of INFORUM 2011


Editors: Luís Caires, Raul Barbosa

Publisher: INFORUM ( Portugal )


Date: September, 2011


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