Vincenzo Musco

Vincenzo Musco
New Jersey Institute of Technology | NJIT · Department of Computer Science

Ph.D.

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In software engineering, impact analysis consists in predicting the software elements (e.g. modules, classes, methods) potentially impacted by a change in the source code. Impact analysis is required to optimize the testing effort. In this paper, we propose a framework to predict error propagation. Based on 10 open-source Java projects and 5 classi...
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Change impact analysis (CIA) consists in predicting the impact of a code change in a software application. In this paper, the artifacts that are considered for CIA are methods of object-oriented software; the change under study is a change in the code of the method, the impact is the test methods that fail because of the change that has been perfor...
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Change impact analysis consists in predicting the impact of a code change in a software application. In this paper, we take a learning perspective on change impact analysis and consider the problem formulated as follows. The artifacts that are considered are methods of object-oriented software; the change under study is a change in the code of the...
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In software engineering, error impact analysis consists in predicting the software elements (e.g. Modules, classes, methods) potentially impacted by a change. Impact analysis is required to optimize the testing effort. In this paper we present a new protocol to analyze the accuracy of impact analysis. This protocol uses mutation testing to simulate...
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Software systems are composed of many interacting elements. A natural way to abstract over software systems is to model them as graphs. In this paper we consider software dependency graphs of object-oriented software and we study one topological property: the degree distribution. Based on the analysis of ten software systems written in Java, we sho...

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