ISSTA 2022
Mon 18 - Fri 22 July 2022 Online

The ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis (ISSTA) 2022 Tool Demonstration Track serves as a venue for publishing and presenting advances in software testing and analysis tools that aid either practice, research, or both. Demos may describe early prototypes of tools, mature tools, and everything in between.

During the conference, tool demonstrations will be presented in a brief 1-minute video followed by a live session with the authors.

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10:00 - 11:00
Tool DemonstrationsTool Demonstrations at Tool demo
10:00
5m
Talk
ATUA: an Update-driven App Testing Tool
Tool Demonstrations
Chanh-Duc Ngo University of Luxembourg, Fabrizio Pastore University of Luxembourg, Lionel Briand University of Luxembourg; University of Ottawa
DOI
10:05
5m
Talk
Automatic Generation of Smoke Test Suites for Kubernetes
Tool Demonstrations
Cecilio Cannavacciuolo , Leonardo Mariani University of Milano-Bicocca
DOI
10:10
5m
Talk
ESBMC-CHERI: Towards Verification of C Programs for CHERI Platforms with ESBMC
Tool Demonstrations
Franz Brausse The University of Manchester, Fedor Shmarov The University of Manchester, Rafael Menezes University of Manchester, Mikhail R. Gadelha Igalia, Konstantin Korovin University of Manchester, Giles Reger University of Manchester, Lucas C. Cordeiro University of Manchester
DOI
10:16
5m
Talk
ESBMC-Jimple: Verifying Kotlin Programs via Jimple Intermediate Representation
Tool Demonstrations
Rafael Menezes University of Manchester, Rosiane de Freitas Federal University of Amazonas, Daniel Moura Federal University of Amazonas, Helena Cavalcante Federal University of Amazonas, Lucas C. Cordeiro University of Manchester
DOI
10:21
5m
Talk
Faster Mutation Analysis with MeMu
Tool Demonstrations
Ali Ghanbari Iowa State University, Andrian Marcus University of Texas at Dallas
DOI
10:27
5m
Talk
iFixDataloss: A Tool for Detecting and Fixing Data Loss Issues in Android Apps
Tool Demonstrations
Wunan Guo Fudan University, Zhen Dong Fudan University, China, Liwei Shen Fudan University, Wei Tian Fudan University, Ting Su East China Normal University, Xin Peng Fudan University
DOI
10:32
5m
Talk
Maestro: A Platform for Benchmarking Automatic Program Repair Tools on Software Vulnerabilities
Tool Demonstrations
Eduard Costel Pinconschi Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisboa & INESC-ID, Quang-Cuong Bui Hamburg University of Technology, Rui Abreu Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal, Pedro Adão IST-ULisboa and Instituto de Telecomunicações, Riccardo Scandariato Hamburg University of Technology
DOI
10:38
5m
Talk
Pytest-Smell: A smell detection tool for Python unit tests
Tool Demonstrations
Alexandru Bodea Student at Babes Bolay University - Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
DOI
10:43
5m
Talk
QMutPy: A Mutation Testing Tool for Quantum Algorithms & Applications in Qiskit
Tool Demonstrations
Daniel Fortunato INESC-ID, University of Porto, Jose Campos Faculty of Engineering of University of Porto & LASIGE, Portugal, Rui Abreu Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal
DOI
10:49
5m
Talk
SpecChecker-ISA: A Data Sharing Analyzer for Interrupt-driven Embedded Software
Tool Demonstrations
Boxiang Wang Xidian University and Beijing Sunwise Information Technology Ltd, Rui Chen Beijing Institute of Control Engineering, Chao Li Beijing Institute of Control Engineering and Beijing Sunwise Information Technology Ltd, Tingting Yu Beijing Institute of Control Engineering and Beijing Sunwise Information Technology Ltd, Dongdong Gao Beijing Institute of Control Engineering and Beijing Sunwise Information Technology Ltd, Mengfei Yang China Academy of Space Technology, China
DOI
10:54
5m
Talk
UniRLTest: Universal Platform-Independent Testing with Reinforcement Learning via Image Understanding
Tool Demonstrations
Ziqian Zhang Nanjing University, Yulei Liu Nanjing University, Shengcheng Yu Nanjing University, Xin Li Nanjing University, Yexiao Yun Nanjing University, Chunrong Fang Nanjing University, Zhenyu Chen Nanjing University
DOI

Accepted Papers

Title
ATUA: an Update-driven App Testing Tool
Tool Demonstrations
DOI
Automatic Generation of Smoke Test Suites for Kubernetes
Tool Demonstrations
DOI
ESBMC-CHERI: Towards Verification of C Programs for CHERI Platforms with ESBMC
Tool Demonstrations
DOI
ESBMC-Jimple: Verifying Kotlin Programs via Jimple Intermediate Representation
Tool Demonstrations
DOI
Faster Mutation Analysis with MeMu
Tool Demonstrations
DOI
iFixDataloss: A Tool for Detecting and Fixing Data Loss Issues in Android Apps
Tool Demonstrations
DOI
Maestro: A Platform for Benchmarking Automatic Program Repair Tools on Software Vulnerabilities
Tool Demonstrations
DOI
Pytest-Smell: A smell detection tool for Python unit tests
Tool Demonstrations
DOI
QMutPy: A Mutation Testing Tool for Quantum Algorithms & Applications in Qiskit
Tool Demonstrations
DOI
SpecChecker-ISA: A Data Sharing Analyzer for Interrupt-driven Embedded Software
Tool Demonstrations
DOI
UniRLTest: Universal Platform-Independent Testing with Reinforcement Learning via Image Understanding
Tool Demonstrations
DOI

The ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis (ISSTA) 2022 Tool Demonstration Track serves as a venue for publishing and presenting advances in software testing and analysis tools that aid either practice, research, or both. Submissions may describe early prototypes of tools, mature tools, and everything in between. To help disseminate tools to the community, we encourage submissions describing previously unpublished tools whose underlying techniques may have already been published.

Highlighting scientific contributions through concrete artifacts is a critical supplement to the traditional research papers published at software engineering venues, including ISSTA. A demonstration provides the opportunity to communicate how the scientific approach has been implemented or how a specific hypothesis has been assessed, including implementation and usage details, data models and representations, and APIs for tool and data access. Authors of regular research papers at ISSTA or other conferences are thus also encouraged to submit an accompanying demonstration paper. The demonstration papers must be original, however, substantial improvements or extensions to existing tools are also encouraged. Tool papers must not be concurrently under review at ISSTA or at another venue.

Authors of accepted demos will have the opportunity to present their work during two demo sessions, enabling all authors and conference participants to find a suitable time slot for their respective time zones.

The submission must communicate clearly the following information:

  • The tool’s envisioned users
  • The software testing and analysis challenge(s) the tool addresses
  • How to use the tool
  • Either results of conducted validation studies or the design of planned studies

To provide insight in the actual demonstration and availability, the authors are requested to include one of the following:

  • A walkthrough of the actual demonstration provided as an appendix to the paper (this appendix will not be included in the page count and will not be published).
  • A link to a screencast or some other accompanying multimedia presentation of the demonstration.

Evaluation:

Each submission will be reviewed by at least three members of the demonstrations program committee. The evaluation criteria include:

  • The relevance of the proposed demonstration to the ISSTA audience
  • The technical soundness of the demonstrated tool
  • The originality of the underlying ideas
  • The quality of its presentation
  • The comparison to related work

How to submit:

Submissions must conform to the ACM Conference Format. A tool demonstration submission may not exceed four pages, including all text, figures, and references. The paper submission must be in PDF. The Tool Demonstration track will be using the single-blind reviewing model, so the submitted PDFs should identify the authors.