SCAM 2015
2015 IEEE 15th International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation (SCAM)
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2015 IEEE 15th International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation (SCAM), September 27-28, 2015, Bremen, Germany

SCAM 2015 – Proceedings

Contents - Abstracts - Authors
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Frontmatter

Title Page
Message from the Chairs

Main Research

Empirical Studies I

ORBS and the Limits of Static Slicing
David Binkley, Nicolas Gold, Mark Harman, Syed Islam, Jens Krinke, and Shin Yoo
(Loyola University Maryland, USA; University College London, UK; University of East London, UK; KAIST, South Korea)
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Intent, Tests, and Release Dependencies: Pragmatic Recipes for Source Code Integration
Martin Brandtner, Philipp Leitner, and Harald C. Gall
(University of Zurich, Switzerland)
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The Use of C++ Exception Handling Constructs: A Comprehensive Study
Rodrigo Bonifácio, Fausto Carvalho, Guilherme N. Ramos, Uirá Kulesza, and Roberta Coelho
(University of Brasília, Brazil; Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil)
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Multi-layer Software Configuration: Empirical Study on Wordpress
Mohammed Sayagh and Bram Adams
(Polytechnique Montréal, Canada)
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Code Search and Navigation

Can the Use of Types and Query Expansion Help Improve Large-Scale Code Search?
Otávio Augusto Lazzarini Lemos, Adriano Carvalho de Paula, Hitesh Sajnani, and Cristina V. Lopes
(Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil; University of California at Irvine, USA)
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Using Changeset Descriptions as a Data Source to Assist Feature Location
Muslim Chochlov, Michael English, and Jim Buckley
(University of Limerick, Ireland)
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Automatically Identifying Focal Methods under Test in Unit Test Cases
Mohammad Ghafari, Carlo Ghezzi, and Konstantin Rubinov
(Politecnico di Milano, Italy; National University of Singapore, Singapore)
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Navigating Source Code with Words
Dawn Lawrie and David Binkley
(Loyola University Maryland, USA)
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Recommending Insightful Comments for Source Code using Crowdsourced Knowledge
Mohammad Masudur Rahman, Chanchal K. Roy, and Iman Keivanloo
(University of Saskatchewan, Canada; Queen's University, Canada)
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Static Analysis

Checking C++ Codes for Compatibility with Operator Overloading
Alexander Hück, Christian Bischof, and Jean Utke
(TU Darmstadt, Germany; Allstate Insurance Company, USA)
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Detecting Function Purity in JavaScript
Jens Nicolay, Carlos Noguera, Coen De Roover, and Wolfgang De Meuter
(Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium)
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Data Tainting and Obfuscation: Improving Plausibility of Incorrect Taint
Sandrine Blazy, Stéphanie Riaud, and Thomas Sirvent
(University of Rennes 1, France; IRISA, France; DGA, France; INRIA, France)
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A Grammar for Spreadsheet Formulas Evaluated on Two Large Datasets
Efthimia Aivaloglou, David Hoepelman, and Felienne Hermans
(Delft University of Technology, Netherlands)
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Empirical Studies II

The Impact of Cross-Distribution Bug Duplicates, Empirical Study on Debian and Ubuntu
Vincent Boisselle and Bram Adams
(Polytechnique Montréal, Canada)
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Cumulative Code Churn: Impact on Maintainability
Csaba Faragó, Péter Hegedűs, and Rudolf Ferenc
(University of Szeged, Hungary)
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How Do Java Methods Grow?
Daniela Steidl and Florian Deissenboeck
(CQSE, Germany)
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(Code, Memory, Performance) Smells

On the Comprehension of Code Clone Visualizations: A Controlled Study using Eye Tracking
Md Sami Uddin, Varun Gaur, Carl Gutwin, and Chanchal K. Roy
(University of Saskatchewan, Canada)
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When Code Smells Twice as Much: Metric-Based Detection of Variability-Aware Code Smells
Wolfram Fenske, Sandro Schulze, Daniel Meyer, and Gunter Saake
(University of Magdeburg, Germany; TU Braunschweig, Germany)
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LeakTracer: Tracing Leaks along the Way
Hengyang Yu, Xiaohua Shi, and Wei Feng
(Beihang University, China)
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Automated Memory Leak Diagnosis by Regression Testing
Mohammadreza Ghanavati and Artur Andrzejak
(University of Heidelberg, Germany)
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Automating the Performance Deviation Analysis for Multiple System Releases: An Evolutionary Study
Felipe Pinto, Uirá Kulesza, and Christoph Treude
(Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil; IFRN, Brazil)
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Code and API Transformation

From Preprocessor-Constrained Parse Graphs to Preprocessor-Constrained Control Flow
Dierk Lüdemann and Rainer Koschke
(University of Bremen, Germany)
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Recording and Replaying System Specific, Source Code Transformations
Gustavo Santos, Anne Etien, Nicolas Anquetil, Stéphane Ducasse, and Marco Tulio Valente
(INRIA, France; University of Lille, France; Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil)
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Discovering Likely Mappings between APIs using Text Mining
Rahul Pandita, Raoul Praful Jetley, Sithu D Sudarsan, and Laurie Williams
(North Carolina State University, USA; ABB Corporate Research, India)
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Tool Demos

SimNav: Simulink Navigation of Model Clone Classes
Eric J. Rapos, Andrew Stevenson, Manar H. Alalfi, and James R. Cordy
(Queen's University, Canada)
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A Translation Validation Framework for Symbolic Value Propagation Based Equivalence Checking of FSMDAs
Kunal Banerjee, Chittaranjan Mandal, and Dipankar Sarkar
(IIT Kharagpur, India)
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FaultBuster: An Automatic Code Smell Refactoring Toolset
Gábor Szőke, Csaba Nagy, Lajos Jeno Fulop, Rudolf Ferenc, and Tibor Gyimóthy
(University of Szeged, Hungary)
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Improving Prioritization of Software Weaknesses using Security Models with AVUS
Stephan Renatus, Corrie Bartelheimer, and Jörn Eichler
(Fraunhofer AISEC, Germany)
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A Static Microcode Analysis Tool for Programmable Load Drivers
Luca Dariz, Massimiliano Ruggeri, and Michele Selvatici
(IMAMOTER - CNR, Italy)
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CodeMetropolis: Eclipse over the City of Source Code
Gergő Balogh, Attila Szabolics, and Árpád Beszédes
(University of Szeged, Hungary)
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