|Data flow analysis email@example.com (2004-06-25)|
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|Data Flow Analysis firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-06-11)|
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|Data Flow Analysis firstname.lastname@example.org (Ofer Ben-Ami) (1997-01-07)|
|From:||email@example.com (Craig S. Ugoretz)|
|Date:||25 Jun 2004 01:55:41 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||25 Jun 2004 01:55:41 EDT|
I am interested in learning more about data flow analysis. In
particular, I have an idea for a Java application that would "wrap"
another Java application. This would enable a user to click on a
pixel on the screen and find out which object in the "child"
application owns the pixel. Would data flow analysis be applicable to
this type of problem? I am thinking that a piece of data may have to
go through several transforms until it gets "stamped" upon the screen
as a pixel. In general, does anyone know if this type of problem has
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