Research paper on Using Machine Learning to Automatically Classify Software Applications into Domain Categories is accepted to The Journal of Empirical Software Engineering (ESEM).
July 23, 2012
Research paper on Searching for Relevant Functions and Their Usages in Millions of Lines of Code is accepted to ACM Transactions of Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM).
June 21, 2012
Received new NSF grant CCF-1217928: Linking Evolving Software Requirements and Acceptance Tests. This grant funds my research that addresses a fundamental problem of traceability between requirements and acceptance tests by defining and developing a new, integrated model for recovering traceability links using execution artifacts, diverse models, and requirements.
June 18, 2012
Research paper on CarFast is accepted to FSE’12. This paper is a result of a long-term research project that started in my research group at Accenture Technology Lab during the summer of 2010 when Ph.D. students Sangmin Park (Georgia Tech), Kunal Taneja (NCSU), and Ishtiaque Hussain (UT Arlington) interned at my group. You can download and read the paper here.
June 6, 2012
I presented two research papers and gave a technical briefing on Software Engineering in the Age of Data Privacy at ICSE’12 in Zurich, Switzerland.
I serve as a Co-Chair of the Industry Track, Working Conference on Reverse Engineering (WCRE’12), Kingston, Ontario, October 2012. Please consider submitting your papers and participating.
My two research paper are accepted to ICSE’12. The paper on FOREPOST introduces a novel concept of adaptive feedback-directed learning performance testing, where rules that govern selection of input data are learnt from execution traces of applications under test. The paper on CLAN describes an approach that detects similar applications.