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Past Seminars

09/02/2017 - 16:00

I will present the paper:

Donghwan ShinDoo-Hwan BaeA Theoretical Framework for Understanding Mutation-Based Testing Methods. ICST 2016299-308.

26/01/2017 - 16:00

I will present the paper:

"An (Accidental) Exploration of Alternatives to Evolutionary Algorithms for SBSE" (SSBSE'16) by Vivek Nair, Tim Menzies, and Jianfeng Chen

15/12/2016 - 16:00

I will present the paper: "Robust Next Release Problem: Handling Uncertainty During Optimization", by Lingbo Li, Mark Harman, Emmanuel Letier, Yuanyuan Zhang 

23/11/2016 - 16:00
I am going to present the "Automatic Generation of Oracles for Exceptional Behaviors" paper by Alberto Goffi, Alessandra Gorla, Michael D. Ernst and Mauro Pezze.
 
10/11/2016 - 16:00

This seminar is based on paper: "Using Gamification as a Collaboration Motivator for Software Development Teams: A Preliminary Framework" – Steffens et al. SBSC 2015.

03/11/2016 - 16:00
I will preent the paper:
Mariano Ceccato, Paolo Falcarin, Alessandro Cabutto, Yosief Weldezghi Frezghi, and Cristian-Alexandru Staicu. "Search Based Clustering for Protecting Software with Diversified Updates." In International Symposium on Search Based Software Engineering, pp. 159-175. Springer International Publishing, 2016.
27/10/2016 - 16:00
Abstract: Permission re-delegation is a type of privilege escalation vulnerability in the Android context. In the past, potential permission re-delegation vulnerabilities were identified statically by revealing an execution path from public entry-point to security sensitive APIs. However, verification of the existence of these vulnerabilities needed manual trace for every path that is reported because static analysis only reports the vulnerability points. Therefore, we propose an automatic generation of test cases that execute these vulnerable paths. 
20/10/2016 - 16:00

I will present the paper: "Raghothaman, Mukund and Wei, Yi and Hamadi, Youssef, SWIM: Synthesizing What I Mean: Code Search and Idiomatic Snippet Synthesis, ICSE '16"

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