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i'm trying to study this paper: http://db.grinnell.edu/sigcse/iticse2007/Program/viewAcceptedProposal.asp?sessionType=paper&sessionNumber=113

it has the 'linearization' in its title. i just want to know what is its meaning. i searched google but it gave me something like calculus which i dont get.

No calculus involved :)

The paper describes a method that analyzes source code, which is not necessarily linear (conditional branches, loops, recursion, &c.). They perform a basic simulation of the program without actually running it, which yields a plausible sequence of actions (i.e., a list, which is linear) that the program might take during normal execution.

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