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"Reverse Engineering of UML Specifications from Java Programs"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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Reverse Engineering of UML Specifications from Java Programs

Martin Keschenau, RWTH Aachen University

An important issue in software engineering is the reverse engineering, that is the generation of specifications from programs. In this work, we will sketch an intuitive approach for constructing UML class diagrams from Java bytecode which still allows analysing features beyond the mere enumeration of fields and methods.