The 3rd CREST Open Workshop

Using Static Analysis for Fault Prediction

 

Date:

Wednesday, 27 January 2010

 

Venue:

CREST Centre, King's College London

 

Programme and Downloadable Resources:

Talks will be 25 minutes allowing 15 minutes for discussion and questions.

 

12:15    Arrival & Sandwich Lunch
13:00    Welcome to CREST Open Workshop (Slides: 1, Videos:1)
              Jens Krinke, CREST Centre,SSE Group, Department of Computer Science, UCL
13:15    Session I ‐ What we currently know about software fault prediction
                 A systematic review of the fault prediction literature (Slides: 1, Videos:1)
                 Sarah Beecham, Lero, University of Limerick, Ireland
                 Perspectives on fault data quality (Videos:1)
                 Tracy Hall, Brunel University, UK  (Slides: 1, Videos:1)
                 David Gray, University of Hertfordshire, UK (Slides: 2, Videos: 2)
14:15    Discussion
15:15    Refreshments
15:45 Session II ‐ Exploring the relationship between attributes of code and faults
                  Using program slicing data to predict code faults (Slides: 1, Videos:12)
                  David Bowes, University of Hertfordshire, UK
                  Dependence clusters (Slides: 1, Videos:1
                  Syed Islam, CREST Centre, UK
                  The relationship between Code Bad Smells and faults (Slides: 1, Videos:1)
                  Min Zhang, University of Hertfordshire, UK
                  Fault analysis in OSS based on program slicing metrics (Slides: 1, Videos:1)
                  Steve Counsell, Brunel University, UK
17:15    Discussion
17:45    Wrap up
18:00    Close

 

Photos:

Jens Krinke, CREST Centre,SSE Group, Department of Computer Science, UCL

 

Tracy Hall, Brunel University, UK

 

Sarah Beecham, Lero, University of Limerick, Ireland

 

David Gray, University of Hertfordshire, UK

 

David Bowes, University of Hertfordshire, UK

 

Steve Counsell, Brunel University, UK

 

Syed Islam,CREST Centre,SSE Group, Department of Computer Science, UCL

 

Discussion during the break

(Photo Credit: Yuanyuan Zhang)

 

Programme and Downloadable Resources:

Talks will be 25 minutes allowing 15 minutes for discussion and questions.

  1. Nadia Alshahwan CREST Centre , UK
  2. Khalid Alzarouni CREST Centre , UK
  3. Kelly Androutsopoulos CREST Centre , UK
  4. Sarah Beecham Lero, University of Limerick , Ireland
  5. Sue Black University of Westminster , UK
  6. David Bowes University of Hertfordshire , UK
  7. Mustafa Bozkurt CREST Centre , UK
  8. Julian Brook SQS , UK
  9. David Clark CREST Centre , UK
  10. Steve Counsell Brunel University , UK
  11. Nicolas Gold CREST Centre , UK
  12. David Gray University of Hertfordshire , UK
  13. Tracy Hall Brunel University , UK
  14. Mark Harman CREST Centre , UK
  15. Youssef Hassoun CREST Centre , UK
  16. Syed Islam CREST Centre , UK
  17. Yue Jia CREST Centre , UK
  18. Jens Krinke CREST Centre , UK
  19. Simone Krug University of Mannheim , Germany
  20. William Langdon CREST Centre , UK
  21. Zheng Li CREST Centre , UK
  22. Michele Marchesi University of Cagliari , Italy
  23. Thilo Mende University of Bremen , Germany
  24. Jungsup (James) Oh CREST Centre , UK
  25. Matthew Patrick University of York , UK
  26. Jian Ren CREST Centre , UK
  27. Daniel Rodríguez University of Alcalá , Spain
  28. Adel Taweel King's College London , UK
  29. Akadej Udomchaiporn CREST Centre , UK
  30. Antonio Vetrò Politecnico di Torino , Italy
  31. Paul Wernick University of Hertfordshire , UK
  32. Shin Yoo CREST Centre , UK
  33. Min Zhang University of Hertfordshire , UK
  34. Yuanyuan Zhang CREST Centre , UK
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