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Early Research Achievements Track
The Early Research Achievements (ERA) Track aims at providing researchers with a forum for discussing novel research ideas in early stages of development. The topics of interest for this track are the same as the main research track, but we aim at creating a stimulating atmosphere where researchers can present and get early feedback on promising work that has not yet been fully evaluated.
Session 1 – Repository MiningWednesday, March 6, 2013, from 11:00 to 12:30
Zoltán Tóth, Gábor Novák, Rudolf Ferenc and István Siket.
Using Version Control History to Follow the Changes of Source Code Elements
Ferdian Thung, Tegawendé Bissyandé, David Lo and Lingxiao Jiang.
Network Structure of Social Coding in GitHub
Ahmed Lamkanfi and Serge Demeyer.
Predicting Reassignments of Bug Reports — an Exploratory Investigation
Xin Xia, David Lo, Xinyu Wang, Xiaohu Yang, Shanping Li and Jianling Sun.
A Comparative Study of Supervised Learning Algorithms for Re-opened Bug Prediction
Reinout Stevens, Coen De Roover, Carlos Noguera and Viviane Jonckers.
A History Querying Tool and its Application to Detect Multi-version Refactorings
Session 2 – Software MaintenanceWednesday, March 6, 2013, from 14:00 to 15:30
Petru F. Mihancea and Cristina Marinescu.
Changes, Defects and Polymorphism: is there any Correlation?
Béla Csaba, Lajos Schrettner, Árpád Beszédes, Judit Jász, Péter Hegedus and Tibor Gyimóthy.
Relating Clusterization Measures and Software Quality
Theodoros Polychniatis, Eric Bouwers, Joost Visser, Jurriaan Hage and Slinger Roijackers.
Detecting cross-language dependencies generically
Pavneet Singh Kochhar, Tegawende F. Bissyande, David Lo and Lingxiao Jiang.
Adoption of Software Testing in Open Source Projects - A Preliminary Study on 50,000 Projects
Pattern-based refactorization of sequential source code
Yui Sasaki, Yoshiki Higo and Shinji Kusumoto.
Reordering Program Statements for Improving Readability
Session 3 – Software AnalysisWednesday, March 6, 2013, from 16:00 to 17:30
Carmine Gravino, Giuseppe Scanniello and Genny Tortora.
An Early Investigation on the Contribution of Class and Sequence Diagrams in Source Code Comprehension Tasks
Hiroshi Kazato, Shinpei Hayashi, Takashi Kobayashi, Tsuyoshi Oshima, Satoshi Okada, Shunsuke Miyata, Takashi Hoshino and Motoshi Saeki.
Incremental Feature Location and Identification in Source Code
Kamil Jezek, Lukas Holy and Premek Brada.
Supplying Compiler's Static Compatibility Checks by the Analysis of Third-party Libraries
Profile-based, Load-Independent Bug Detection and Analysis in Regression Testing of Software Systems
Giuseppe Scanniello, Carmine Gravino, Ugo Erra and Giuseppe Caggianese.
Using the GPU to Green an Intensive and Massive Computation System
Presentation and Publication
ERA papers will be presented at CSMR 2013 as formal presentations and as posters. You are expected to prepare and bring a poster to the conference highlighting your results. The ERA poster session of the conference will be held Thursday in the afternoon.