GUPRO - Generic understanding of programs: An overview

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GUPRO is an integrated workbench to support program understanding of heterogenous software systems on arbitrary levels of granularity. GUPRO can be adapted to specific needs by an appropriate conceptual model of the target software. GUPRO is based on graph-technology. It heavily relies on graph querying and graph algorithms. Source code is extracted into a graph repository which can be viewed by an integrated querying and browsing facility. For C-like languages GUPRO browsing includesa complete treatment of preprocessor facilities. This paper summarizes the work done on GUPRO during the last seven years. © 2002 Published by Elsevier Science B.V.




Ebert, J., Kullbach, B., Riediger, V., & Winter, A. (2002). GUPRO - Generic understanding of programs: An overview. Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, 72(2), 47–56.

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