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ICPC 2022
Mon 16 - Tue 17 May 2022
co-located with ICSE 2022
Mon 16 May 2022 11:10 - 11:17 at ICPC room - Session 7: Debugging 1 Chair(s): Kevin Moran

Programming interaction usually involves specifying causal relationships such as input events triggering a state change or the propagation of values. Such code may reside in several locations and its execution is driven by multiple causal chains, which hinders the programmer’s ability to understand and fix it. We designed Causette, a set of four novel interaction techniques for a code editor. They consist in rearranging causal constructs on demand to make the code representation consistent with the causal chain being analyzed by the user. We ran an experiment showing that Causette may be more usable than a regular editor for some code understanding tasks. This work suggests that rearranging interaction code may help developers better understand and fix it.

Causette: User-Controlled Rearrangement of Causal Constructs in a Code Editor (icpc22 (4).pdf)1.94MiB

Mon 16 May

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11:10 - 12:10
Session 7: Debugging 1Research at ICPC room
Chair(s): Kevin Moran George Mason University
11:10
7m
Talk
Causette: User-Controlled Rearrangement of Causal Constructs in a Code Editor
Research
Alice Martin ENAC - Université de Toulouse, Mathieu Magnaudet ENAC - Université de Toulouse, Stéphane Conversy ENAC - Université de Toulouse
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11:17
7m
Talk
Error Identification Strategies for Python Jupyter Notebooks
Research
Derek Robinson University of Victoria, Neil Ernst University of Victoria, Enrique Larios Vargas University of Victoria, Margaret-Anne Storey University of Victoria
Media Attached
11:24
7m
Talk
Performance Anomaly Detection through Sequence Alignment of System-Level Traces
Research
Madeline Janecek Brock University, Naser Ezzati Jivan , Wahab Hamou-Lhadj Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Media Attached
11:31
7m
Talk
QuLog: Data-Driven Approach for Log Instruction Quality Assessment
Research
Jasmin Bogatinovski Technical University Berlin, Sasho  Nedelkoski  TU Berlin, Alexander Acker Technical University Berlin, Jorge Cardoso Huawei Munich Research Center, Odej  Kao Technische UniversitÀt Berlin
Media Attached
11:38
7m
Talk
Fixing Continuous Integration Tests From Within the IDE With Contextual Information
Research
Casper Boone Delft University of Technology, Carolin Brandt Delft University of Technology, Andy Zaidman Delft University of Technology
DOI Pre-print Media Attached
11:45
7m
Talk
Shape-Analysis Driven Memory Graph Visualization
Research
Jan H. Boockmann University of Bamberg, Gerald LĂŒttgen University of Bamberg
Media Attached
11:52
18m
Live Q&A
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Research


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Mon 16 May 2022 11:10 - 12:10 at ICPC room - Session 7: Debugging 1 Chair(s): Kevin Moran
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