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Many reverse engineering approaches have been developed to analyze software systems written in different languages like C/C++ or Java. These approaches typically rely on a meta-model, that is either specific for the language at hand or language independent (e.g. UML). However, one language that was hardly addressed is Lisp. While at first sight it can be accommodated by current language independent meta-models, Lisp has some unique features (e.g. macros, CLOS entities) that are crucial fordoi:10.1109/csmr.2008.4493317 dblp:conf/csmr/DozsaGM08 fatcat:retoixw6rrgnho775jwbiwtscy