Researchers from the REVEAL research group are heading to Madrid, Spain for ICSME 2018, the 34th International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution.
ICSME is the premier international forum for researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, and government to present, discuss, and debate the most recent ideas, experiences, and challenges in software maintenance and evolution.
This year, four papers from the REVEAL group got accepted at ICSME 2018:
- Improving Code: The (Mis)perception of Quality Metrics
- J. Pantiuchina, M. Lanza, G. Bavota
- Are Bug Reports Enough for Text Retrieval-based Bug Localization?
- C. Mills, J. Pantiuchina, E. Parra, G. Bavota, S. Haiduc
- A Large-scale Empirical Study on Linguistic Antipatterns Affecting APIs
- E. Aghajani, C. Nagy, G. Bavota, M. Lanza
- Two Datasets for Sentiment Analysis in Software Engineering [Artifact Track]
- B. Lin, F. Zampetti, R. Oliveto, M. Di Penta, M. Lanza, G. Bavota
Also, the paper entitled “Are Bug Reports Enough for Text Retrieval-based Bug Localization?” received the IEEE CS TCSE Distinguished Paper Award at ICSME 2018. Congratulations to Jevgenija Pantiuchina, Gabriele Bavota and the other co-authors!