One professor (Prof.Aman), four graduate students and seven undergraduates belong to this laboratory. We have been studying topics of software engineering, especially, the empirical data-oriented software development management and quality management. We also have been developing research-related tools.
Paper Acceptance (EMSE)
Our paper entitled “An Automated Detection of Confusing Variable Pairs with Highly Similar Compound Names in Java and Python Programs” has been accepted for publication in Empirical Software Engineering !!
Bachelor Thesis Presentation
Our undergraduate students (Yuto Kaneko, Shinnosuke Irie, Yahiro Mori, and Yuki Fushihara) made their presentations on their bachelor theses.
Master Thesis Presentation
Our graduate students (Ryouji Takahashi and Tomoya Minehisa) made their presentations on their master theses.
Journal Paper Publication (IEICE Trans.)
Our paper “A Comparative Study of Data Collection Periods for Just-In-Time Defect Prediction Using the Automatic Machine Learning Method” was published in the IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems.
Prof. Aman gave an invited talk entitled “Data Science in Software Engineering” at IEE-CMN.
Paper Acceptance (IEICE Trans.)
Our paper “A Comparative Study of Data Collection Periods for Just-In-Time Defect Prediction Using the Automatic Machine Learning Method” was accepted for publication in the IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems.The paper will be published in next February.
Journal Paper Publication (JSSST Journal)
Our paper “Naming Bug Detection Using Transformer-Based Method Name Suggestion” (in Japanese) was published in Computer Software (JSSST Journal).
Six students (undergraduates, 3rd grade) has joined our laboratory.
Paper Presentation (SEAA2022)
Prof. Aman made a presentation about our paper “Have Java Production Methods Co-Evolved With Test Methods Properly?: A Fine-Grained Repository-Based Co-Evolution Analysis” at SEAA2022 in Spain (on behalf of Mr. Kita, a former student)
Our paper “Have Java Production Methods Co-Evolved With Test Methods Properly?: A Fine-Grained Repository-Based Co-Evolution Analysis” was accepted for presenting at the 48th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA2022).