Patch submission: Made some variable names more consistent with the other parts.

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Patch submission: Made some variable names more consistent with the other parts.

Yusuke Shinyama
Hello,

Attached is a patch against rev. 15361 in trunk.

We're developing an automated system that detects inconsistent
variable names in a large software project. Our system checks if each
variable name is consistent with other variables in the project in its
usage pattern, and proposes correct candidates if inconsistency is
detected. This is a part of academic research that we hope to publish
soon, but as a part of the evaluation, we applied our systems to your
projects and got a few interesting results. We carefully reviewed our
system output and manually created a patch to correct a few variable
names. We would be delighted if this patch is found to be useful. If
you have a question or suggestion regarding this patch, we'd happily
answer. Thank you.

Yusuke Shinyama
Ph.D student, Dept. of Computer Science
Tokyo Institute of Technology

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Re: Patch submission: Made some variable names more consistent with the other parts.

Sehrish agha
Actually i have problem with attribute values not names. Will it work for that as well? 

On Mon, Oct 21, 2019, 3:04 PM Yusuke Shinyama <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello,

Attached is a patch against rev. 15361 in trunk.

We're developing an automated system that detects inconsistent
variable names in a large software project. Our system checks if each
variable name is consistent with other variables in the project in its
usage pattern, and proposes correct candidates if inconsistency is
detected. This is a part of academic research that we hope to publish
soon, but as a part of the evaluation, we applied our systems to your
projects and got a few interesting results. We carefully reviewed our
system output and manually created a patch to correct a few variable
names. We would be delighted if this patch is found to be useful. If
you have a question or suggestion regarding this patch, we'd happily
answer. Thank you.

Yusuke Shinyama
Ph.D student, Dept. of Computer Science
Tokyo Institute of Technology
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