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Mobile apps are becoming complex software systems that must be developed quickly and evolve continuously to fit new user requirements and execution contexts. However, addressing these constraints may result in poor design choices, known as antipatterns, which may incidentally degrade software quality and performance. Thus, the automatic detection of antipatterns is an important activity that eases both maintenance and evolution tasks. Moreover, it guides developers to refactor theirdoi:10.1109/mobilesoft.2015.38 dblp:conf/icse/HechtRMD15 fatcat:3auw45mxwvdcnjgplnsh4xl3we