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Title: Jarbot: automated java libraries suggestion in jar archives format for a given software architecture
Authors: Pirapuraj, P.
Perera, Indika
Keywords: Java Archive (JAR)
Software architecture
Class diagram
Code reuse
Bytecode analyzing
N-gram technique
Issue Date: 3-Oct-2021
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Citation: 2021 2nd Global Conference for Advancement in Technology (GCAT) Bangalore, India. Oct 1-3, 2021 pp.1-6.
Abstract: Software reuse gives the meaning for rapid software development and the quality of the software. Most of the Java components/libraries open-source are available only in Java Archive (JAR) file format. When a software design enters the development process, the developer needs to manually select necessary JAR files via analyzing the given software architecture and related JAR files. This paper proposes an automated approach, JarBot, to suggest all the necessary JAR files for given software architecture in the development process. All related JAR files will be downloaded from the internet based on the extracted information from the given software architecture (class diagram). Class names, method names, and attribute names will be extracted from the downloaded JAR files and matched with the information extracted from the given software architecture to identify the most relevant JAR files. For the result and evaluation of the proposed system, 05 software design was developed for 05 wellcompleted software project from GitHub. The proposed system suggested more than 95% of the JAR files among expected JAR files for the given 05 software design. The result indicated that the proposed system is suggesting almost all the necessary JAR files.
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