1. Anurag Kumar. Software Reliability Growth Models, Tools and Data Sets- A Review
  2. Balbir Barn, Tony Clark, Almaas Ali and Rabia Arif. A Systematic Mapping Study of the Current Practice of Indian Software Engineering
  3. Amitabh Saxena, Pradeepkumar Duraisamy Soundrapandian, Vibhu Saujanya Sharma and Vikrant Kaulgud. JDQL: A framework for Java Static Analysis
  4. Sangeeta Lal and Ashish Sureka. LogOpt: Static Feature Extraction from Source Code for Automated Catch Block Logging Prediction
  5. Senthil Mani, Rohan Padhye and Vibha Singhal Sinha. Mining API Expertise Profiles with Partial Program Analysis
  6. Diptikalyan Saha, Pankaj Dhoolia, Manav Garg and Vaibhav. Delta Refactoring for Merge Conflict Avoidance
  7. Swaminathan Natarajan, Subhrojyoti Roy Choudhury, G Muralikrishna, Puneet Patwari and Amar Banerjee. SystemMaps: Integrating system knowledge models
  8. Rajiv Banerjee, Swaminathan Natarajan, Murali Krishna G and Subhrojyoti Roy Chaudhuri. Explicating the Relationships among Subsystems
  9. Soumyadip Bandyopadhyay, Dipankar Sarkar and Chitta Mandal. An efficient path based equivalence checking for Petri net based models of programs
  10. Saikrishna Sripada, Y. Raghu Reddy and Shivam Khandelwal. Architecting an extensible framework for Gamifying Software Engineering concepts
  11. Sujit Chakrabarti and Ramesh S. SymTest : A Framework for Symbolic Testing of Embedded Software
  12. Giriprasad Sridhara. Automatically Detecting the Up-To-Date Status of ToDo Comments in Java Programs
  13. Shajulin Benedict, Rejitha R.S. and Suja Alex. Energy and Performance Prediction of CUDA Applications using Dynamic Regression Models
  14. Anirban Ghose, Soumyajit Dey, Pabitra Mitra and Mainak Chaudhuri. Divergence Aware Automated Partitioning of OpenCL Workloads
  15. Vrinda Yadav, Rushikesh Joshi and Chris Ling. Process Edification for Traceability in Evolving Architectures
  16. Mangala Gowri Nanda and S. Arun-Kumar. Decompiling Boolean Expressions from Java Bytecode

 

  1. Uma Viswanath. Lean Transformation: Adapting to the change, factors for success and lessons learnt during the journey: A case study in a multi location software product development team
  2. Rajanikanth N. Kashi, Meenakshi Dsouza, S Kumar Baghel and Nitin Arun Kulkarni. Formal verification of avionics self-adaptive software
  3. Rajeev Kumar Gupta, Prabhulinga Manikreddy, Arya Kalathiparambil and Sandesh Naik. Pragmatic Approach for Managing Technical Debt in Legacy Software Project
  4. Puneet Patwari, Amar Banerjee, Subhrojyoti Roy Chaudhuri and Swaminathan Natarajan. Learnings from Developing a Domain Specific Development Environment for Control Systems
  5. Deepesh P C, Rashmita Rath, Akshay Tiwary, Vikram Nagaraja Rao and Kanakalata N. Experiences with using iBeacons for Indoor Positioning
  6. Alpana Dubey and Dhivya Muthukrishnan. An Approach for Collaborative Quality Assessment of Software

Note: Out of 4 submitted regular papers - none got accepted. Mobile SE Track has only Fast Abstracts

Mobile Software Engineering Track Fast Abstracts [Acceptance Rate 3/9 = 34%]

Industry Track Accepted Papers [Acceptance Rate 6/12 = 50%]

9TH INDIA SOFTWARE ENGINEERING CONFERENCE

BITS PILANI - GOA CAMPUS, 18-20 (Thursday-Saturday) February 2016

Research Track Accepted Papers [Acceptance Rate 16/102 = 16%]

  1. Ravinder Barn and Balbir Singh Barn. Integrating Values into Mobile Software Engineering
  2. Murthy PVR. Efficient Parallel Browsers for Mobile Devices
  3. Martha Sheshikala, Ali Kadampur and Vijaya Prakash. K-Anonymity for Preserving Data on Hands-Using Android Application Development
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