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On the Use of Multiple Views Interactive Environments on Software Comprehension Activities
{ Wed, 21 Nov 2012, 14h00 }

By: Glauco de Figueiredo Carneiro  [ hide info ]

Glauco de Figueiredo Carneiro

Country: Brazil

Url: http://lattes.cnpq.br/4951846457502161

Affiliation: Universidade Salvador ( BR )


Bio:

Glauco de Figueiredo Carneiro is an associate professor at Salvador University in Brazil where he supervises master thesis. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from the Federal University of Bahia and MSc from Salvador University. His research interests are in software engineering, and currently he is particularly interested in software comprehension and multiple views interactive environments. Glauco is also an Adjunct Appraisal and Implementation Professional of the Brazilian Software Process Model (MPS.BR). He is the co-chair of the Brazilian Symposium on Software Quality (SBQS) 2013 to be held in Salvador-Bahia. Website: www.sourceminer.org.


In spite of the available resources provided by modern IDEs, program understanding remains as very difficult and important task in software engineering. This talk presents the concepts of multiple views interactive environments (MVIEs) and possibilities of its use to foster software comprehension activities. This talk also discusses and presents results of studies investigating how MVIEs have been used to support software comprehension activities such as the identification of code smells and the characterization of object-oriented software systems.


Hosted by: Software Systems

Location: DI seminars room

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