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ASE 2021
Sun 14 - Sat 20 November 2021 Australia
Tue 16 Nov 2021 11:40 - 11:50 at Koala - Empirical Studies Chair(s): Felipe Fronchetti

This paper presents industrial experiences on improving the fuzzing framework of SAP HANA to provide better configurability for continuous unit-level fuzzing. The fuzzing framework for unit-level testing should provide high configurability for the users to find and use the best configuration for each unit fuzzing driver beause each target component may have unique characteristics. To improve fuzzer configurability for unit-level testing, we provide new mutation scheduling strategies for effective uses of customized mutation operators, and new seed corpus selection strategies to configure a fuzzing campaign to check on changed code. The empirical results show that these extensions give better chances to the user to improve the effectiveness and the efficiency of the fuzzing.

Tue 16 Nov

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11:00 - 12:00
Empirical StudiesIndustry Showcase / Research Papers / Tool Demonstrations at Koala
Chair(s): Felipe Fronchetti Virginia Commonwealth University
Is Historical Data an Appropriate Benchmark for Reviewer Recommendation Systems? A Case Study of the Gerrit Community
Research Papers
Ian X. Gauthier McGill University, Maxime Lamothe Polytechnique Montréal, Gunter Mussbacher McGill University, Shane McIntosh University of Waterloo
An Empirical Study of Bugs in WebAssembly Compilers
Research Papers
Alan Romano University at Buffalo, Xinyue Liu University at Buffalo, SUNY, Yonghwi Kwon University of Virginia, Weihang Wang University at Buffalo, SUNY
Improving Configurability of Unit-level Continuous Fuzzing: An Industrial Case Study with SAP HANA
Industry Showcase
Hanyoung Yoo Handong Global University, Jingun Hong SAP Labs, Bader Lucas SAP Labs, Dongwon Hwang SAP Labs, Shin Hong Handong Global University
IncBL: Incremental Bug Localization
Tool Demonstrations
Zhou Yang Singapore Management University, Jieke Shi Singapore Management University, Shaowei Wang University of Manitoba, David Lo Singapore Management University