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2013 7th International Workshop on Software Clones (IWSC), May 19, 2013, San Francisco, CA, USA

IWSC 2013 – Proceedings

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7th International Workshop on Software Clones (IWSC)

Title Page
Foreword
Light-Weight Ontology Alignment using Best-Match Clone Detection
Paul L. Geesaman, James R. Cordy, and Amal Zouaq
(Queen's University, Canada; Royal Military College, Canada)
A Mutation Analysis Based Benchmarking Framework for Clone Detectors
Jeffrey Svajlenko, Chanchal K. Roy, and James R. Cordy
(University of Saskatchewan, Canada; Queen's University, Canada)
The Limits of Clone Model Standardization
Jan Harder
(University of Bremen, Germany)
Refactoring Clones: A New Perspective
Nikolaos TsantalisORCID logo and Giri Panamoottil Krishnan
(Concordia University, Canada)
Cloning: The Need to Understand Developer Intent
Debarshi Chatterji, Jeffrey C. Carver, and Nicholas A. Kraft
(University of Alabama, USA)
Scaling Classical Clone Detection Tools for Ultra-Large Datasets: An Exploratory Study
Jeffrey Svajlenko, Iman Keivanloo, and Chanchal K. Roy
(University of Saskatchewan, Canada; Concordia University, Canada)
How to Extract Differences from Similar Programs? A Cohesion Metric Approach
Akira Goto, Norihiro Yoshida, Masakazu Ioka, Eunjong Choi, and Katsuro Inoue
(Osaka University, Japan; NAIST, Japan)
Prioritizing Code Clone Detection Results for Clone Management
Radhika D. Venkatasubramanyam, Shrinath Gupta, and Himanshu Kumar Singh
(Siemens, India)
No Clones, No Trouble?
Saman Bazrafshan
(University of Bremen, Germany)
CPDP: A Robust Technique for Plagiarism Detection in Source Code
Basavaraju Muddu, Allahbaksh Asadullah, and Vasudev Bhat
(Infosys, India)
A Parallel and Efficient Approach to Large Scale Clone Detection
Hitesh Sajnani and Cristina Lopes
(UC Irvine, USA)
Towards a Curated Collection of Code Clones
Ewan Tempero
(University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Assessing Cross-Project Clones for Reuse Optimization
Veronika Bauer and Benedikt Hauptmann
(TU Munich, Germany)
On the Robustness of Clone Detection to Code Obfuscation
Sandro Schulze and Daniel Meyer
(TU Braunschweig, Germany; University of Magdeburg, Germany)
Large Scale Multi-language Clone Analysis in a Telecommunication Industrial Setting
Ettore Merlo, Thierry Lavoie, Pascal Potvin, and Pierre Busnel
(Polytechnique Montréal, Canada; Ericsson, Canada)
Feature-Based Detection of Bugs in Clones
Daniela Steidl and Nils Göde
(CQSE, Germany)
How Much Really Changes? A Case Study of Firefox Version Evolution using a Clone Detector
Thierry Lavoie and Ettore Merlo
(Polytechnique Montréal, Canada)

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