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Software visualisation for object-oriented program comprehension

Pacione, M.J. (2004) Software visualisation for object-oriented program comprehension. In: 26th International Conference on Software Engineering, 2004-05-23 - 2004-05-28.

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Abstract

Software visualisation is the process of modelling software systems for comprehension. The comprehension of software systems both during and after development is a crucial component of the software process. The complex interactions inherent in the object-oriented paradigm make visualisation a particularly appropriate comprehension technique, and the large volume of information typically generated during visualisation necessitates tool support.