Metrics, Techniques, and Tools for Software Remodularization
SummaryIt is recognized that software systems must be continuously maintained and evolved to remain useful. However, ongoing maintenance over the years contributes to degrade the quality of a system. Thus reengineering activities, including remodularization activities, are necessary to restore or enhance the maintainability of the systems. To help in the remodularization of software systems, the project will be structured in two main research lines in which both teams have experience and participation: (i) Evaluation and Characterization of Metrics for Software Remodularization; and (ii) Tools and Techniques for Removal of Architectural Violations.
HistoryPequi is an international cooperation project between RMod (Inria Lille Nord Europe) and ASERG (Federal University of Minas Gerais/Computer science dept.) funded by Inria (France) and FAPEMIG (Brazil). The initial project lasted from july 2011 to june 2013
Some joint publications by the members of the project (from GoogleScholar)
The project is headed by Nicolas Anquetil (Univ. Lille-1/Inria) and Marco T. Valente (UFMG).
Other members and/or participants in the project are:
The project fostered strong interchanges between the two teams:
The meaning: The "Pequi" is a tree from Brazil, typical from the state of Minas Gerais. Pequi on wikipedia