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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × China
1 × Estonia
1 × France
1 × Hungary
1 × India
1 × South Africa
2 × Switzerland
3 × Italy
6 × USA
Collaborated with:
Z.Su C.Bird P.T.Devanbu M.Allamanis Z.Gu M.Marron A.Hindle C.A.Sutton D.Schleck Y.Brun F.Rahman D.J.Hamilton M.Harman E.Letier D.Stefan P.C.Rigby D.M.Germán M.Afshari S.K.Dash E.K.Smith C.L.Goues S.Khatri T.Vo V.Le E.Tang X.Li V.J.Hellendoorn Y.Jia A.Marginean J.Petke F.Sarro M.Gabel D.Posnett S.Malabarba R.Pandey J.Gragg J.F.Barnes E.Maurer D.Moseley G.Seth M.Basios L.Li F.Wu L.Kanthan
Talks about:
debug (4) bug (4) softwar (3) program (3) type (3) knowledg (2) statist (2) travel (2) runtim (2) captur (2)

♂ Person: Earl T. Barr

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Facilitated 2 volumes:

ASE 2013ExpertReviewPa
ASE 2013PrBoard

Contributed to:

ESEC/FSE 20152015
ISSTA 20152015
FSE 20142014
ICSE 20142014
OOPSLA 20142014
Onward! 20142014
ISSTA 20132013
POPL 20132013
FASE 20122012
ICSE 20122012
OOPSLA 20122012
Onward! 20122012
ESEC/FSE 20112011
ICSE 20112011
ICSE 20102010
ISSTA 20102010
MSR 20092009
ECOOP 20002000
FSE 20162016
ESEC/FSE 20182018

Wrote 25 papers:

Suggesting accurate method and class names (MA, ETB, CB, CAS), pp. 38–49.
ESEC-FSE-2015-SmithBGB #automation #program repair
Is the cure worse than the disease? overfitting in automated program repair (EKS, ETB, CLG, YB), pp. 532–543.
ISSTA-2015-BarrHJMP #automation
Automated software transplantation (ETB, MH, YJ, AM, JP), pp. 257–269.
FSE-2014-AllamanisBBS #learning
Learning natural coding conventions (MA, ETB, CB, CAS), pp. 281–293.
The plastic surgery hypothesis (ETB, YB, PTD, MH, FS), pp. 306–317.
ICSE-2014-LetierSB #architecture #nondeterminism #requirements
Uncertainty, risk, and information value in software requirements and architecture (EL, DS, ETB), pp. 883–894.
ICSE-2014-RahmanKBD #debugging #predict #statistics
Comparing static bug finders and statistical prediction (FR, SK, ETB, PTD), pp. 424–434.
OOPSLA-2014-BarrM #debugging #named
Tardis: affordable time-travel debugging in managed runtimes (ETB, MM), pp. 67–82.
Onward-2014-GuSBS #ide #interactive
Capturing and Exploiting IDE Interactions (ZG, DS, ETB, ZS), pp. 83–94.
Collecting a heap of shapes (ETB, CB, MM), pp. 123–133.
POPL-2013-BarrVLS #automation #detection #exception #float
Automatic detection of floating-point exceptions (ETB, TV, VL, ZS), pp. 549–560.
FASE-2012-BarrBRHGD #branch #development
Cohesive and Isolated Development with Branches (ETB, CB, PCR, AH, DMG, PTD), pp. 316–331.
ICSE-2012-HindleBSGD #on the
On the naturalness of software (AH, ETB, ZS, MG, PTD), pp. 837–847.
OOPSLA-2012-GuBSS #debugging #reuse
Reusing debugging knowledge via trace-based bug search (ZG, ETB, DS, ZS), pp. 927–942.
Onward-2012-AfshariBS #programming
Liberating the programmer with prorogued programming (MA, ETB, ZS), pp. 11–26.
ESEC-FSE-2011-RahmanPHBD #question
BugCache for inspections: hit or miss? (FR, DP, AH, ETB, PTD), pp. 322–331.
ICSE-2011-GuBS #debugging #named #reuse
BQL: capturing and reusing debugging knowledge (ZG, ETB, ZS), pp. 1001–1003.
ICSE-2010-GuBHS #debugging #question
Has the bug really been fixed? (ZG, ETB, DJH, ZS), pp. 55–64.
ISSTA-2010-TangBLS #analysis #float #statistics
Perturbing numerical calculations for statistical analysis of floating-point program (in)stability (ET, ETB, XL, ZS), pp. 131–142.
MSR-2009-BirdRBHGD #git #mining
The promises and perils of mining git (CB, PCR, ETB, DJH, DMG, PTD), pp. 1–10.
ECOOP-2000-MalabarbaPGBB #java #runtime #type safety
Runtime Support for Type-Safe Dynamic Java Classes (SM, RP, JG, ETB, JFB), pp. 337–361.
FSE-2016-BarrMMMS #debugging #javascript
Time-travel debugging for JavaScript/Node.js (ETB, MM, EM, DM, GS), pp. 1003–1007.
ESEC-FSE-2018-BasiosLWKB #data type
Darwinian data structure selection (MB, LL, FW, LK, ETB), pp. 118–128.
ESEC-FSE-2018-DashAB #named #using
RefiNym: using names to refine types (SKD, MA, ETB), pp. 107–117.
ESEC-FSE-2018-HellendoornBBA #learning #type inference
Deep learning type inference (VJH, CB, ETB, MA), pp. 152–162.

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