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SS 2020-03-05
13:55
Okinawa
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
SuiteRec: Automatic Test Suite Recommendation System based on Code Clone Detection
Ryosuke Kurachi (NAIST), Eunjong Choi (KIT), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2019-58
 [more] SS2019-58
pp.103-108
SS 2019-03-04
13:55
Okinawa   Proposal of a test description support environment for request acquisition in web application development
Yoshitake Nakaji, Choi Eunjong (NAIST), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2018-60
In the development of web application, requirements changes are frequently delivered from planners (i.e., people who sug... [more] SS2018-60
pp.49-54
SS 2019-03-04
17:10
Okinawa   Formal STAMP Modelling toward Safety Verification of Hybrid Systems
Mitsuaki Tsuji, Toshinori Takai (NAIST), Masafumi Katahira, Naoki Ishihama (JAXA), Kazuki Kakimoto, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2018-67
Safety-critical systems, for example, autonomous vehicles and space systems, are required to be safe and reliable. Recen... [more] SS2018-67
pp.91-96
SS 2018-03-06
15:00
Okinawa   An Investigation into the Characteristics of Source Code for Supporting Inline Method
Yuki Yamada, Kyohei Uemura, Eunjong Choi (NAIST), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2017-68
Inline Method is refactoring which puts a method body into its caller and
remove the method. Although this refactoring ... [more]
SS2017-68
pp.23-27
SS 2018-03-06
16:30
Okinawa   Toward Visualization of Discussions about Software Quality in OSS Development
Shunta Nakanishi, Eunjong Choi, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2017-70
To reduce software development cost, Open Source software (OSS) is frequently used in software development companies. Ho... [more] SS2017-70
pp.35-38
SS, MSS 2018-01-19
12:45
Hiroshima   Classification of problem detection for incomplete software requirements using the development standard process
Toma Miyamura (NAIST), Shinji Kawaguchi, Naoki Ishihama, Kazuki Kakimoto (JAXA), Hajimu Iida (NAIST), Masafumi Katahira (JAXA) MSS2017-66 SS2017-53
Software faults in spacecraft software leads to mission failures. To identify software faults, we focus on the incomplet... [more] MSS2017-66 SS2017-53
pp.107-112
SS 2017-03-09
16:55
Okinawa   An Investigation of Extract Method to Construct Prediction Model Based on Process Metrics
Daiki Tanaka, Eunjong Choi (NAIST), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Kenji Fujiwara (NITTC), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2016-73
 [more] SS2016-73
pp.79-84
KBSE, SS, IPSJ-SE [detail] 2016-07-14
10:10
Hokkaido   How developers copy code? A case study of Mylyn data set
Eunjong Choi, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2016-8 KBSE2016-14
 [more] SS2016-8 KBSE2016-14
pp.83-86
ICSS, IA 2016-06-06
13:05
Saga Saga University Design of a flow-level monitoring middleware for automatic flow categorization
Xuliang Wang, Pongsakorn U-chupala, Kohei Ichikawa, Yasuhiro Watashiba (NAIST), Chantana Chantrapornchai, Putchong Uthayopas (Kasetsart Univ.), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) IA2016-1 ICSS2016-1
 [more] IA2016-1 ICSS2016-1
pp.1-6
KBSE 2016-03-04
14:30
Oita   An effective method to share understandings about risks of consumer products
Hidemitsu Yagi, Toshinori Takai, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) KBSE2015-65
For safety critical systems like avionics and railway systems, assuarance cases, some documents to share common understa... [more] KBSE2015-65
pp.97-102
DC, SS 2015-10-14
09:30
Nara Todaiji Culture Center (Nara) An investigation into the behavior of the novice programmers based on build histories in Software Development Practice
Naoki Kawashima, Kenji Fujiwara (NAIST), Hiroshi Igaki (OIT), Norihiro Yoshida (NU), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2015-40 DC2015-30
Building is one of the most important parts of software development process.
However, since it is rarely taught about b... [more]
SS2015-40 DC2015-30
pp.29-34
SS 2015-05-11
15:40
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Classification of Code Clones in Hardware Description Language
Kyohei Uemura, Kenji Fujiwara, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2015-5
With the growth of the electric circuit size and complexity, Hardware Description Language (HDL) is widely used in hardw... [more] SS2015-5
pp.23-28
SS 2015-05-12
10:15
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Towards to Recover Propagation Process of the Patch for Linux Distribution
Yong Jin, Kenji Fujiwara, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2015-12
In Linux Operating System, there are various kinds of distributions, these are constructed by the combination of softwar... [more] SS2015-12
pp.59-62
MSS, SS 2015-01-27
12:30
Tottori   Discussion of a Tool for Supporting Pull Request Driven Software Development
Yusuke Saito, Kenji Fujiwara (NAIST), Hiroshi Igaki (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) MSS2014-86 SS2014-50
 [more] MSS2014-86 SS2014-50
pp.103-108
ET 2014-10-18
14:40
Ishikawa Kanazawa Univ. (Kakuma Campus) A Comparison of the Programming Behavior by Novices Between the Japanese and Thai Universities
Erina Makihara, Kenji Fujiwara (NAIST), Putchong Uthayopas, Chantana Chantrapornchai, Jittat Fakcharoenphol (Kasetsart Univ.), Hiroshi Igaki (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) ET2014-46
In the educational technology field, several studies have been done on the analysis of programming behaviors of novices.... [more] ET2014-46
pp.47-52
KBSE 2013-11-01
14:45
Ehime Ehime University A Discussion on the Analysis of Design Pattern Instances Using File Modification Records
Daichi Urata, Norihiro Yoshida, Kenji Fujiwara, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) KBSE2013-55
Design patterns are general solutions to common problems in software design. However, it has been reported that they are... [more] KBSE2013-55
pp.13-18
KBSE 2013-11-01
17:15
Ehime Ehime University Reviewer Recommendation for Peer Review based on File Path Similarity: A Case Study of the Android Open Source Project
Patanamon Thongtanunam, Ana Erika Camargo Cruz, Norihiro Yoshida, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) KBSE2013-58
Peer Review is regarded as an important quality assurance mechanism in Open Source Software (OSS) development. Every cha... [more] KBSE2013-58
pp.25-29
SS 2013-05-09
16:20
Kagawa Kagawa University (Saiwaimachi) Detecting Extract Method Refactoring from Repository with Syntactic Information
Kenji Fujiwara, Norihiro Yoshida, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2013-4
Recently, several research have tackled to reveal the effects of refactorings in the software development.
In order to ... [more]
SS2013-4
pp.19-24
SS 2013-05-10
10:45
Kagawa Kagawa University (Saiwaimachi) Deriving Baseline Metric Values for Third-party Assessment of Software Quality
Daichi Urata, Yusuke Fujihara, Rikichi Hirayama, Kazuki Hamasaki, Norihiro Yoshida, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2013-10
Quantitative indicators have been used for quality assessment during actual software development. During the quality ass... [more] SS2013-10
pp.55-60
KBSE, SS 2012-07-28
15:20
Hokkaido Future University Hakodate Automatic Program Segmentation Using Slicing-based Cohesion Metrics for Supporting Comprehension
Rikichi Hirayama, Norihiro Yoshida, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2012-31 KBSE2012-33
During software development, much time and cost have been spent for software maintenance. Typically, software developers... [more] SS2012-31 KBSE2012-33
pp.127-132
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