Journal of software incremental updating algorithm
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Reviser is an algorithm for incrementally and efficiently updating static analysis results when the target program changes.
Conducting static analyses, for instance scanning an Android application for private data leaks, can be a highly time-consuming undertaking on large code bases, especially if very precise analysis algorithms are used.
Therefore, if a new version of the target program is released, e.g., a bug in the app is fixed, one previously had to perform all these computations anew to check whether required or expected properties still hold despite the high computational cost.
With Reviser, one can now automatically extract the changed parts of the program and analyze only those together with their respective dependencies instead of re-analyzing the complete application.
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However, such updates are frequent and analysis results computed for one version do not necessarily remain valid for the next version.
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