CSE590N: Software Engineering Seminar

We meet Monday, 3:30-4:20, in room CSE 303.

Spring 2012 schedule:

March 26
The Promises and Perils of Mining Git by Christian Bird, Peter C. Rigby, Earl T. Barr, David J. Hamilton, Daniel M. German, and Prem Devanbu.
Presenter: Yuriy Brun
April 2
A Practical Guide for Using Statistical Tests to Assess Randomized Algorithms in Software Engineering by Andrea Arcuriand and Lionel Briand.
Presenter: Todd Schiller
April 9
Leveraging Test Generation and Specification Mining for Automated Bug Detection Without False Positives by Michael Pradel and Thomas Gross
Presenter: Sai Zhang
April 16
Is It Dangerous to Use Version Control Histories to Study Source Code Evolution? by Stas Negara, Mohsen Vakilian, Nicholas Chen, Ralph E. Johnson, and Danny Dig.
Presenter: Jochen Wuttke
April 23
Inferring Class Level Specifications for Distributed Systems by Sandeep Kumar, Siau-Cheng Khoo, Abhik Roychoudhury, and David Lo
Presenter: Ivan Beschastnikh
April 30
Automated Oracle Creation Support, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Fault Propagation and Love Mutation Testing by Matt Staats, Gregory Gay, and Mats Heimdahl
Presenter: Tom Bergan
May 7
Improving Early Detection of Software Merge Conflicts by Mario Guimaraes and Antonio Silva
Presenter: Kivanc Muslu
May 14
Finding and Understanding Bugs in C Compilers by Xuejun Yang, Yang Chen, Eric Eide, and John Regehr
Presenter: Colin Gordon
May 21
BugRedux: Reproducing Field Failures for In-house Debugging by Wei Jin and Alessandro Orso
Presenter: Brian Burg
May 28
No class: Memorial Day
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