Laboratory of Software Comprehension, Analytics and Mining


December-10-2016: @Eduardo's paper accepted at ITNG'2017: Mining historical information to study bug fixes.

December-05-2016: @Fernanda Delfim started "sandwich" internship at INRIA Lille, Spirals team, under supervision of Martin Monperrus

November-25-2016: Thomas Durieux, PhD Student from INRIA Lille, Spirals team, visited our Lab 

November-23-2016: Gustavo's and @Klerisson's paper, with Nicolas Anquetil, Anne Etien, and Stéphane Ducasse, accepted at SANER'2017: Recommending Source Code Locations for System Specific Transformations.

November-01-2016: Fernanda's and Klerisson's paper, with Damien Cassou, accepted at the Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society: Redocumenting APIs with crowd knowledge: a coverage analysis based on question types.

August-12-2016: Eduardos' paper, with Martin Monperrus, accepted at CASCON'2016: Searching Stack Overflow for API-usage-related Bug Fixes Using Snippet-based Queries. 

August-03-2016: Adriano's work on Automated Construction of Tutorials from StackOverflow Q&As winned a Google Research Award Latin America 2016. On the media: Interview in TV UFUDiário do ComércioRevista GalileuCorreio de UberlândiaEstado de MinasUFUSIMISite OficialGoogle BlogTecmundoCanalTechTV SimiAmerica EconomiaQueEsGoogle

July-30-2016: @Carlos' paper accepted at the IV Workshop on Software Visualization, Evolution and Maintenance (VEM'2016 @ CBSoft'2016): An analysis of association of code anomaly co-occurrences with structural metrics (in portuguese)

June-20-2016: @Adriano's paper accepted at the Brazilian Symposium on Software Engineering (SBES'2016 @ CBSoft'2016) acceptance rate: 18%: Automated API Documentation with Tutorials Generated From Stack Overflow (in portuguese). 

June-16-2016: The paper "Searching Crowd Knowledge to Recommend Solutions for API Usage Tasks" has been accepted in the Journal of Software: Evolution and Process.

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