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    • On porting software visualization tools to the web 

      D'Ambros M; Lanza M; Lungu M; Robbes R (2011)
      Software systems are hard to understand due to the complexity and the sheer size of the data to be analyzed. Software visualization tools are a great help as they can sum up large quantities of data in dense, meaningful ...
    • Refining code ownership with synchronous changes 

      Hattori L; Lanza M; Robbes R (2012)
      When mining software repositories, two distinct sources of information are usually explored: the history log and snapshots of the system. Results of analyses derived from these two sources are biased by the frequency with ...
    • The Small Project Observatory: Visualizing software ecosystems 

      Lungu M; Lanza M; Gîrba T; Robbes R (2010)
      Software evolution research has focused mostly on analyzing the evolution of single software systems. However, it is rarely the case that a project exists as standalone, independent of others. Rather, projects exist in ...
    • Software systems as cities: A controlled experiment 

      Wettel R; Lanza M; Robbes R (ACM, 2011)
      Software visualization is a popular program comprehension technique used in the context of software maintenance, reverse engineering, and software evolution analysis. While there is a broad range of software visualization ...