Visualizing the Structure, Behaviour, and Evolution of Software
2007, XII, 187 p. 124 illus., 75 in color.
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"As the first existing textbook on software visualization, Diehl has managed to put together a good overview of this interesting field." "Diehl steers the reader through different techniques as a good tourist guide would do: pointing out the most significant aspects, while leaving out many details that might be of partial interest for his intended audience." (Fernando Berzal, Computing Reviews, December 2007)
"...this is a book with clear explanations that is well structured and easy to read, yet profound enough for a second, more thorough reading." (Jose Lloret, Computing Reviews, October 2007)