Hamzeh Eyal Salman
Hamzeh Eyal Salman
Assistant Professor in Software Engineering, Mutah University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei mutah.edu.jo
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Feature location in a collection of software product variants using formal concept analysis
AL Ra’Fat, A Seriai, M Huchard, C Urtado, S Vauttier, HE Salman
International Conference on Software Reuse, 302-307, 2013
392013
Feature-to-code traceability in a collection of software variants: Combining formal concept analysis and information retrieval
H Eyal-Salman, AD Seriai, C Dony
2013 IEEE 14th International Conference on Information Reuse & Integration …, 2013
362013
Mining features from the object-oriented source code of a collection of software variants using formal concept analysis and latent semantic indexing
AD Seriai, M Huchard, C Urtado, S Vauttier, H Eyal-Salman
The 25th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge …, 2013
332013
Feature Location in a Collection of Product Variants: Combining Information Retrieval and Hierarchical Clustering
ES Hamzeh, S Abdelhak-Djamal, D Christophe
Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE'26), 2014
17*2014
Using Genetic algorithm as test data generator for stored PL/SQL program units
MA Alshraideh, BA Mahafzah, H Eyal Salman, I Salah
Journal of software engineering and applications 6 (02), 65, 2013
172013
Recovering traceability links between feature models and source code of product variants
H Eyal-Salman, AD Seriai, C Dony, R Al-msie'deen
Proceedings of the VARiability for You Workshop: Variability Modeling Made …, 2012
102012
Identification multi-level frequent usage patterns from APIs
HE Salman
Journal of Systems and Software 130, 42-56, 2017
72017
Feature-level change impact analysis using formal concept analysis
H Eyal Salman, AD Seriai, C Dony
International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering 25 …, 2015
72015
Feature-to-code traceability in legacy software variants
H Eyal-Salman, AD Seriai, C Dony
2013 39th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced …, 2013
72013
Identifying traceability links between product variants and their features
H Eyal-Salman, AD Seriai, C Dony, R Almsie’deen
ser. REVE 13, 17-23, 2013
72013
Toward recovering component-based software product line architecture from object-oriented product variants
H Eyal-Salman, AD Seriai
SEKE: Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, 2016
62016
Semantic Clustering of Functional Requirements Using Agglomerative Hierarchical Clustering
H Eyal Salman, M Hammad, AD Seriai, A Al-Sbou
Information 9 (9), 222, 2018
42018
Genetic Algorithms as Recovering Traceability Links Method between Feature Models and Source Code of Product Variants
ES Hamzeh, S Abdelhak-Djamel, D Christophe, A Ra’fat
Journée Lignes de Produits, 2012, 2012
4*2012
Quality-driven feature identification and documentation from source code
HE Salman, AD Seriai, M Hammad
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology 84 (2), 183-195, 2016
22016
API library-based identification and documentation of usage patterns
HE Salman
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology 58 (1), 63-79, 2018
12018
Feature-to-code traceability in a collection of product variants using formal concept analysis and information retrieval
H Eyal-Salman, A Seriai, C Dony
39th euromicro conference on software engineering and advanced applications …, 2013
12013
An approach to recover feature models from object-oriented source code
AD Seriai, M Huchard, C Urtado, S Vauttier, H Eyal-Salman
Journée Lignes de Produits, 2012
12012
Quality-driven feature identification and documentation from source code
H Eyal-Salman, AD Seriai, M Hammad
2016
Supporting Reengineering Software Variants Into Software Product Lines
S Abdelhak-Djamel, H Eyal Salman
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2014
2014
Recovering Traceability Links between Artifacts of Software Variants in the Context of Software Product Line Engineering
HE Salman
University of Montpellier 2 - Lirmm Laboratory, 2014
2014
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