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Multi-version program analyses require that elements of one version of a program be mapped to the elements of other versions of that program. Matching program elements between two versions of a program is a fundamental building block for multi-version program analyses and other software evolution research such as profile propagation, regression testing, and software version merging. In this paper, we survey matching techniques that can be used for multi-version program analyses and evaluatedoi:10.1145/1137983.1137999 dblp:conf/msr/KimN06 fatcat:smv7qqeokzbptbkxqhlgjnzdai