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Travelled to:
1 × Switzerland
1 × The Netherlands
3 × USA
Collaborated with:
J.A.Jones J.C.Davis D.Lee K.A.Safwan C.A.Coghlan L.G.M.IV J.Donohue
Talks about:
regular (4) histori (4) express (4) slice (3) fault (3) code (3) develop (2) studi (2) empir (2) use (2)

Person: Francisco Servant

DBLP DBLP: Servant:Francisco

Contributed to:

ASE 20132013
VISSOFT 20132013
FSE 20122012
ICSE 20122012
ASE 20112011
ESEC/FSE 20182018
ASE 20192019
ESEC/FSE 20192019

Wrote 9 papers:

ASE-2013-Servant #analysis #debugging #using
Supporting bug investigation using history analysis (FS), pp. 754–757.
VISSOFT-2013-ServantJ #named #slicing #source code #visualisation
Chronos: Visualizing slices of source-code history (FS, JAJ), pp. 1–4.
FSE-2012-ServantJ #slicing
History slicing: assisting code-evolution tasks (FS, JAJ), p. 43.
ICSE-2012-ServantJ #automation #developer #fault #locality #named
WhoseFault: Automatic developer-to-fault assignment through fault localization (FS, JAJ), pp. 36–46.
ASE-2011-ServantJ #slicing
History slicing (FS, JAJ), pp. 452–455.
ESEC-FSE-2018-DavisCSL #ecosystem #empirical #regular expression
The impact of regular expression denial of service (ReDoS) in practice: an empirical study at the ecosystem scale (JCD, CAC, FS, DL), pp. 246–256.
ASE-2019-MichaelDDLS #programming #regular expression #risk management
Regexes are Hard: Decision-Making, Difficulties, and Risks in Programming Regular Expressions (LGMI, JD, JCD, DL, FS), pp. 415–426.
ESEC-FSE-2019-DavisMCSL #empirical #regular expression #why
Why aren't regular expressions a lingua franca? an empirical study on the re-use and portability of regular expressions (JCD, LGMI, CAC, FS, DL), pp. 443–454.
ESEC-FSE-2019-SafwanS #commit #developer #perspective
Decomposing the rationale of code commits: the software developer's perspective (KAS, FS), pp. 397–408.

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