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ICSE 2020
Mon 5 - Sun 11 October 2020 Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Tue 6 Oct 2020 11:10 - 11:30 at TBD4 - Cognition

Developers experience a wide range of emotions during programming tasks, which may have an impact on job performance. In this paper, we present an empirical study aimed at (i) investigating the link between emotion and progress, (ii) understanding the triggers for developers’ emotions and the strategies to deal with negative ones, (iii) identifying the minimal set of non-invasive biometric sensors for emotion recognition during programming tasks. Results confirm previous findings about the relation between emotions and perceived productivity. Furthermore, we show that developers’ emotions can be reliably recognized using only a wristband capturing the electrodermal activity and heart-related metrics.

Tue 6 Oct

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10:50 - 12:30: Paper Presentations - Cognition at TBD4
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Souti ChattopadhyayGraduate Student, Nicholas NelsonOregon State University, Audrey AuOregon State University, Natalia MoralesOregon State University, Christopher SanchezOregon State University, Rahul PanditaPhase Change Software, Anita SarmaOregon State University
icse-2020-papers11:10 - 11:30
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Daniela Girardi University of Bari, Nicole NovielliUniversity of Bari, Davide FucciBlekinge Institute of Technology, Filippo LanubileUniversity of Bari
icse-2020-papers11:30 - 11:50
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Ryan KruegerUniversity of Michigan, Yu HuangUniversity of Michigan, Xinyu LiuUniversity of Michigan, Tyler SantanderUniversity of California at Santa Barbara, Westley WeimerUniversity of Michigan, Kevin LeachUniversity of Michigan
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icse-2020-Software-Engineering-in-Practice11:50 - 12:10
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Shrikanth N CNorth Carolina State University, Tim MenziesNorth Carolina State University
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icse-2020-papers12:10 - 12:30
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Nischal ShresthaNorth Carolina State University, Colton BottaNorth Carolina State University, Titus BarikMicrosoft, Chris ParninNorth Carolina State University
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