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November 28, 2012

Speaker: Thomas R. Dean, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen's University

Title: Clone Detection to Find Model Patterns

Abstract: Clone detection techniques find similarities between programs, or within a program. These clones vary from exact copies to near miss clones in which the code is similar but not exact. NICAD is a tool developed at Queen's University that finds both identical and near miss clones. Simulink is a modelling language for used, among other things, to generated embedded software controllers. This talk will discuss how NICAD was applied to Simulink Models to find patterns in Simulink models.

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