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This thesis addresses dependence based concept assignment using slicing based dependence analysis on concept assignment. Concepts are domain level entities concerned with the real world. Although concepts are defined at the domain level, the source code of a program must, nonetheless, express these concepts in program code denotations. Traditional concept assignment maps the low level of source code to the high level of the domain through the medium of associations. These associations typically take the form of comments and identifiers.doi:10.1109/icsm.2009.5306275 dblp:conf/icsm/Li09 fatcat:vsdcfkqfrbf7ranety7knu24n4