Here’s a list of papers which I have co-authored that will be presented at ICSE 2009 in Vancouver.
Do Crosscutting Concerns Cause Defects? (with Marc Eaddy, Kaitlin Sherwood, Vibhav Garg, Gail Murphy, Nachiappan Nagappan, Alfred Aho). We asked the question, “How much does the amount that a concern is crosscutting affect the number of defects in a program?” and conducted three extensive case studies to help answer this question.
TSE/TOSEM Session. Thursday 2-3:30.
Predicting Defects in SAP Java Code: An Experience Report (with Tilman Holschuh, Markus Päuser, Kim Herzig, Rahul Premraj, Andreas Zeller). In a study on a large SAP Java system, we evaluated and compared a number of defect predictors, based on code features such as complexity metrics, static error detectors, change frequency, or component imports.
Software Engineering in Practice Track. Thursday 2-3:30.
Improving Bug Tracking Systems (with Rahul Premraj, Jonathan Sillito, Silvia Breu). We present a prototype of an interactive bug tracking system that gathers relevant information from users and automatically identifies files that need to be fixed to resolve a bug.
New Ideas and Emerging Results Track. Presentation Wednesday 11-12:30. Poster during Wednesday Reception.