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ICSE 2021
Mon 17 May - Sat 5 June 2021
Thu 27 May 2021 20:15 - 20:45 at Demonstration Room - 3.3. Evolution 3 Chair(s): Francisco Servant

Eye tracking tools are used in software engineering research to study various software development activities. However, a major limitation of these tools is their inability to track gaze data for activities that involve source code editing. We present a novel solution to support eye tracking experiments for tasks involving source code edits as an extension of the iTrace community infrastructure. We introduce the iTrace-Atom plugin and gazel—a Python data processing pipeline that maps gaze information to changing source code elements and provides researchers with a way to query this dynamic data. iTrace-Atom is evaluated via a series of simulations and is over 99% accurate at high eye-tracking speeds of over 1,000Hz. iTrace and gazel completely revolutionize the way eye tracking studies are conducted in realistic settings with the presence of scrolling, context switching, and now editing. This opens the doors to support many day-to-day software engineering tasks such as bug fixing, adding new features, and refactoring.

Conference Day
Thu 27 May

Displayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

20:15 - 20:45
3.3. Evolution 3DEMO - Demonstrations at Demonstration Room
Chair(s): Francisco ServantVirginia Tech

Each demo makes a 1-minute presentation (displayed in the Demonstration room). At the end of each presentation, a breakout room will be created for each demo. Attendees will be able to join and discuss with the authors.

20:15
30m
Demonstration
V2S: A Tool for Translating Video Recordings of Mobile App Usages into Replayable ScenariosDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Madeleine HavranekWilliam & Mary, Carlos Bernal-CárdenasWilliam and Mary, Nathan CooperWilliam & Mary, Oscar ChaparroCollege of William & Mary, Denys PoshyvanykCollege of William & Mary, Kevin MoranGeorge Mason University
Pre-print
20:15
30m
Demonstration
gazel: Supporting Source Code Edits in Eye-Tracking StudiesDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Sarah FakhouryWashington State University, Devjeet RoyWashington State University, Harry PinesWashington State University, Tyler ClevelandWashington State University, Cole S. PetersonUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA, Venera ArnaoudovaWashington State University, Bonita SharifUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA, Jonathan I. MaleticKent State University
Pre-print
20:15
30m
Demonstration
COSTER: A Tool for Finding Fully Qualified Names of API Elements in Online Code SnippetsDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
C M Khaled SaifullahDepartment of Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan, Muhammad AsaduzzamanQueen�s University, Chanchal K. RoyUniversity of Saskatchewan
Pre-print