Martin Konopka

Martin Konopka
Kempelen Institute of Intelligent Technologies

Master of Science

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We introduce a new Slovak masked language model called SlovakBERT in this paper. It is the first Slovak-only transformers-based model trained on a sizeable corpus. We evaluate the model on several NLP tasks and achieve state-of-the-art results. We publish the masked language model, as well as the subsequently fine-tuned models for part-of-speech ta...
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The costs of eye-tracking technologies steadily decrease. This allows research institutions to obtain multiple eye-tracking devices. Already, several multiple eye-tracker laboratories have been established. Researchers begin to recognize the subfield of group eye-tracking. In comparison to the single-participant eye-tracking, group eye-tracking bri...
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Existing research in program comprehension has paid less attention to the coverage of programming concepts that were contained within the source codes used for studies. In this paper, we examine source codes covering four introductory programming concepts: branching, loops and arrays, sorting, and tail recursion. The diverse types of code fragments...
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Block-based programming languages are successfully being used as an alternative way of teaching introductory programming concepts. The success is in part due to the low barrier of entry and the visual game-like appeal fostering experimentation and creativity. Virtual reality (VR) presents a step further to an even more immersive and engaging experi...
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In this paper, we discuss whether data collected from monitoring software developers' logs can be considered big. We hypothesize that it falls within the category of Big Data. The main topic of our paper however, is how to facilitate analysis of such data. Due to the specificity of the monitored activity, the analysis is at least partially explorat...
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In recent years, fine-grained monitoring of software developers during software development and maintenance activities has increased in popularity, together with use of devices for eye tracking and recording developer's biometric data. We look for everyday application of such data to support developers in their work. In this paper we discuss an app...
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A combination of several activities is required to solve a development task, but in the end, developer reports only part of it. It is difficult to understand whether all committed files were changed because of the reason in a given description. Software developers work on multiple tasks at once and often fail to distinguish them with separate commi...
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Monitoring software developer's interactions in an integrated development environment is sought for revealing new information about developers and developed software. In this paper we present an approach for identifying potential source code dependencies solely from interaction data. We identify three kinds of potential dependencies and additionall...
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Connections between source code components are important to know in the whole software life. Traditionally, we use syntactic analysis to identify source code dependencies which may not be sufficient in cases of dynamically typed programming languages, loosely coupled components or when multiple programming languages are combined. We aim at using de...

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