INES - National Institute of Science and Technology for Software Engineering
Antonio Soares de Azevedo Terceiro (DMCC-UFBA) has successfully presented his PhD viva examination, or thesis defence, “Characterizing the Evolution of Structural Complexity in Open Source Software Systems”, last Friday, March 23rd, 2012.
The examiners were Prof. Dalton Guerrero (UFCG), Prof. Guilherme Travassos (UFRJ), and Profs. Claudio Sant’Anna, Eduardo Almeida and Christina Chavez (UFBA).
Antonio’s advisors were Christina Chavez (advisor) and Manoel Mendonça (co-advisor). His work was supported by an one-year Fapesb scholarship, a three-year CNPq scholarship and also by the INES project “Models, Techniques and Tools for Software Evolution” (2009-2011).open source software, phd, retrospect, structural complexity, theories for software engineering
Publicado em March 26th, 2012PublicationsResearch members from the project “Quality Assessment in Open Source Software” had the following short paper accepted on this conference:
Title: Characterizing Veriﬁcation of Bug Fixes in Two Open Source IDEsAuthors: Rodrigo Souza (DMCC-UFBA) and Christina Chavez (UFBA)bug fix, retrospective studies, software repositories, verification of bugs
Publicado em March 26th, 2012Publications
INES will be present at the 20th IEEE International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC’2012), to be held in Passau (Germany), 11-13 June 2012.
Research members from the projects “Concern-Driven Measurement of Software Modularity” and “Models, Techniques and Tools for Software Evolution” had the following paper accepted on this conference:
Title: Concern-Based Cohesion: Unveiling a Hidden Dimension of Cohesion Measurement
Authors: Bruno Carreiro da Silva (DMCC-UFBA), Cláudio Sant’Anna (UFBA), Christina Chavez (UFBA) and Alessandro Garcia (PUC-RIO)cohesion measurement, quality assessment