Refactoring techniques for aggressive object inlining in Java applications
Autom. Softw. Eng., pp. 97-136, 2012.
Object Inlining (OI) is a known optimization in object oriented programming in which referenced objects of class B are inlined into their referencing objects of class A by making all fields and methods of class B part of class A. The optimization saves all the new operations of B type objects from class A and at the same time replaces all...More
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