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Constraint-Based Design Recovery for Software Reengineering: Theory and Experiments (International Series in Software Engineering) 1998th Edition

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Steven Woods is a Member of the Technical Staff at the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. His Ph.D. research on software reengineering was nominated for a Canadian National Sciences and Engineering Research Council Dissertation Award, and his ongoing collaborative contributions to the area have been acknowledged by the 1996 IEEE Working Conference on Reverse Engineering's Outstanding Contribution Award.

Alex Quilici is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu, HI. He is a leading researcher in the field of program understanding, and has been Principal Investigator on several different NSF, DARPA and US Air Force funded projects. He is co-chair of the 1997 IEEE Working Conference on Reverse Engineering. In addition, he is author or co-author of several widely-used programming textbooks.

Qiang Yang is the EBCO/EPIC NSERC Industry Chair in Intelligent Software Systems and an Associate Professor in the School of Computing Science of Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada. He is currently Principal Investigator on several Canadian NSERC research programs in AI planning and scheduling, case-based reasoning and decision-support systems, intelligent help desk problem resolution, trouble-shooting systems and software engineering in industrial applications. He is author of a recent book on AI Planning (Intelligent-Planning, Springer-Verlag).


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