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Dynamic Object Flow Analysis, PhD thesis, Adrian Lienhard

Dynamic Object Flow Analysis, PhD thesis, Adrian Lienhard

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In this dissertation we propose Object Flow Analysis, our approach to track object flow by explicitly representing object references and reference transfer. Object Flow Analysis provides an effective and original way of analyzing and runtime monitoring dependencies introduced by object aliasing.

A key contribution is that we advance the state of the art in back- in-time debugging by proposing and providing an implementation of the concept of Object Flow Analysis in a high-level language virtual machine.
In this dissertation we propose Object Flow Analysis, our approach to track object flow by explicitly representing object references and reference transfer. Object Flow Analysis provides an effective and original way of analyzing and runtime monitoring dependencies introduced by object aliasing.

A key contribution is that we advance the state of the art in back- in-time debugging by proposing and providing an implementation of the concept of Object Flow Analysis in a high-level language virtual machine.

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Dynamic Object Flow Analysis
Inauguraldissertationder Philosophisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultätder Universität Bernvorgelegt von
Adrian Lienhard
von Biel/Bözingen (BE)Leiter der Arbeit:Prof. Dr. O. NierstraszInstitut für Informatik und angewandte MathematikVon der Philosophisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät angenommen.Der Dekan:Bern, 16.12.2008 Prof. Dr. U. Feller
 
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Acknowledgments
I am grateful to Oscar Nierstrasz for giving me the opportunity to work at
the Software Composition Group. Oscar, thanks for your excellent support
and rigorous feedback on my work.
I may not have taken the path of pursuing a PhD without StéphaneDucasse, who introduced me to Smalltalk and the Software Composition
Group. Thanks, Stef, for all your encouragement and enthusiasm.
I am grateful to Wim De Pauw for being the external reviewer of thisthesis and for coming to Switzerland to join the jury of the PhD defense.
Also, I thank Matthias Zwicker for accepting to chair the examination.
I thank Tudor Gîrba for all our inspiring discussions and for providing
many creative ideas that have influenced this work.
I am much obliged to the following people that provided appreciatedfeedback on drafts of this dissertation: Orla Greevy, Tudor Gîrba, Daniel
Ratiu, and Adrian Kuhn.
Many thanks go to the present and former Software Composition Groupmembers. Marcus Denker, Tudor Gîrba, Adrian Kuhn, Fabrizio Perin, LukasRenggli,JorgeRessia,DavidRöthlisberger,ToonVerwaest,GabrielaArévalo,Alexandre Bergel, Markus Gälli, Orla Greevy, Michele Lanza, Laura Ponisio,
and Nathanael Schärli. We shared many interesting discussions, relaxing
coffee times, and nice barbecues. It is a great group!
Thanks also to Therese Schmid and Iris Keller for their excellent support
with the administrative chores.
I had nice moments and discussions with people I met at conferences.Thanks to Daniel Ratiu, Mircea Trifu, Adrian Dozsa for introducing meto the Rumanian connection of Athens, and thanks to Marco D’Ambros,Michele Lanza, Daniel Ratiu, Romain Robbes, Richard Wettel, for the bear
hunting trip in Canada.

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