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Oscar Nierstrasz is a Professor of Computer Science at the Institute of Computer Science (IAM) of the University of Bern, where he founded the Software Composition Group in 1994. Prof. Nierstrasz is the author of over a hundred publications and co-author of the book Object-Oriented Reengineering Patterns (Morgan Kaufmann, 2003).



Object-oriented Reengineering Patterns:

An Overview

KEYWORDS: Concept, Research

AGENDA:17:00 - 18:45h: Talk incl. Q/A
Afterwards you are invited to a refreshment.

SPEAKER: Oscar Nierstrasz   COMPANY: University of Bern, Institute of Computer Science
SLIDES: https://www.iam.unibe.ch/scg/svn_repos/Talks/OORP/JUGS2007/JUGS2007.ppt

Although object-oriented software systems are built to last, over time they degrade as much as any legacy software system. As a consequence, one must invest in reengineering efforts to keep further development costs down. Even though software systems and their business contexts may differ in countless ways, the techniques one uses to understand, analyze and transform these systems tend to be very similar. As a consequence, one may identify various reengineering patterns that capture best practice in reverse- and re-engineering object-oriented legacy systems. We present a brief outline of a large collection of these patterns that have been mined over several years of experience with object-oriented legacy systems, and we indicate how some of these patterns can be supported by appropriate tools.

This talk will be held in English.


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