Researchers from the Software Institute at the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) got three papers accepted at ICSE 2019, the 41st ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering, that will be held in Montréal, Canada.
ICSE is the premier software-engineering conference, where researchers, practitioners, and educators come together to present, discuss, and debate the most recent research results, innovations, trends, and concerns in the field of software engineering. There were in total 529 submissions, and 109 papers were accepted (acceptance rate of 21%).
The three papers co-authored by members of the Software Institute are:
- Software Documentation Issues Unveiled
- [E. Aghajani], [C. Nagy], O. Vega-Márquez, M. Linares Vásquez, L. Moreno, G. Bavota, [M. Lanza]
- Pattern-based Mining of Opinions in Q&A Websites
- [B. Lin], F. Zampetti, G. Bavota, M. Di Penta, and [M. Lanza]
- On Learning Meaningful Code Changes via Neural Machine Translation
- M. Tufano, [J. Pantiuchina], C. Watson, G. Bavota, and D. Poshyvanyk
Congratulations to all the authors!
[J. Pantiuchina]: [M. Lanza]: http://www.inf.usi.ch/faculty/lanza/ [E. Aghajani]: https://emadpres.github.io/ [C. Nagy]: http://csnagy.github.io [B. Lin]: https://binlin.info [C. Nagy]: http://csnagy.github.io