Decor: a tool for the detection of design defects

  • Moha N
  • Guéhéneuc Y
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Software engineers often need to identify design defects, recurring design problems that hinder the development process, to improve and assess the quality of their systems. However, this is di{Â}\pmcult because of the lack of specifications and tools. We propose Decor, a method to specify design defects systematically and to generate automatically detection algorithms. With this method, software engineers analyse and specify design defects at a high-level of abstraction using a unified vocabulary and dedicated language for generating detection algorithms

Author-supplied keywords

  • algorithm generation
  • antipatterns
  • code smells
  • design defects
  • detection
  • domain-specific language
  • java

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  • Naouel Moha

  • Yann-Gael Guéhéneuc

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