One professor (Prof.Aman), four graduate students and eleven 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.
Mr. Tomoya Minehisa (Graduate school student) won the IEEE Computer Society Japan Chapter FOSE Young Researcher Award 2021 !
Our paper “An Automated Evaluation of Variable Name Using Program Slicing and Doc2Vec” (in Japanese) was published in Computer Software (JSSST Journal).
Our paper “An Investigation of Compound Variable Names Toward Automated Detection of Confusing Variable Pairs” (Authors: Prof. Aman, Prof.Amasaki, Prof.Yokogawa, and Prof. Kawahara) was accepted for presentation at The 1st Workshop on Automated Support to Improve code Readability (AeSIR2021).
Prof. Aman made his presentation at QUATIC2021.
Our paper “Consistency Assessment of Method Name Using Source Code Deobfuscation Technique” (authors: Tomoya Minehisa, Hirohisa Aman and Minoru Kawahara) was accepted as a full paper for a presentation at JSSST 28th FOSE2021.
Our paper was selected as “Best Student Paper Award” at SERA2021!
Our paper “A Large-Scale Investigation of Local Variable Names in Java Programs: Is Longer Name Better For Broader Scope Variable?” (Prof. Aman, Prof. Amasaki, Prof. Yokogawa, and Prof. Kawahara) was accepted for presentation at The 14th International Conference on the Quality of Information and Communications Technology (QUATIC2021) !
Our paper “A Comparative Study of Vectorization Approaches for Detecting Inconsistent Method Names” (authors: Tomoya Minehisa, Hirohisa Aman, Tomoyuki Yokogawa, and Minoru Kawahara) was accepted for presentation at The 18th IEEE/ACIS International Virtual Conference on Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications (SERA2021).
New members joined our laboratory. New graduate Student: Mr. Takahashi. New undergraduates: Mr. Oshima, Mr. Kita, Mr. Takahashi, Mr. Ohara, and Mr. Kawai.