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ICSE 2019
Sat 25 - Fri 31 May 2019 Montreal, QC, Canada
Wed 29 May 2019 14:00 - 18:00 at Square Dorchester - Selected Presentations
Thu 30 May 2019 11:00 - 12:30 at Mansfield / Sherbrooke - Selected Presentations Chair(s): Julia Rubin, Alessandro Garcia

Software logs are widely used by developers to assist in various tasks. Despite the importance of logs, prior studies show that there is no industrial standard on how to write logging statements. Recent research on logs often only considers the appropriateness of a log as an individual item (e.g., one single logging statement); while logs are typically analyzed in tandem. In this paper, we focus on studying duplicate logging statements, which are logging statements that have the same static text message. Such duplications in the text message are potential indications of logging code smells, which may affect developers’ understanding of the dynamic view of the system. We manually studied over 3K duplicate logging statements and their surrounding code in four large-scale open source systems and uncovered five patterns of duplicate logging code smells. For each instance of the problematic code smell, we contact developers in order to verify our manual study result. We integrated our manual study result and developers’ feedback into our automated static analysis tool, DLFinder, which automatically detects problematic duplicate logging code smells. We evaluated DLFinder on the manually studied systems and two additional systems. In total, combining the results of DLFinder and our manual analysis, DLFinder is able to detect over 85% of the instances which were reported to developers and then fixed.

Conference Day
Wed 29 May

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14:00 - 18:00
14:00
4h
Talk
TOAD: A tool for recommending auto-refactoring alternatives
ACM Student Research Competition
Alejandra SilesUniversidad Católica Boliviana San Pablo
14:00
4h
Talk
An Empirical Study On Leveraging Logs For Debugging Production Failures
ACM Student Research Competition
An Ran ChenConcordia University
14:00
4h
Talk
Visually Identifying Potential Sensitive Information Leaks in Access-Controlled Data Services
ACM Student Research Competition
14:00
4h
Talk
MARVEL: A Generic, Scalable and Effective Vulnerability Detection Platform
ACM Student Research Competition
Xiaoning DuNanyang Technological University
14:00
4h
Talk
Agile Process Improvement in Retrospectives
ACM Student Research Competition
Christoph MatthiesHasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam
14:00
4h
Talk
JSOptimizer: An Extensible Framework for JavaScript Program Optimization
ACM Student Research Competition
Yi LiuSouthern University of Science and Technology
14:00
4h
Talk
Selected Presentations
ACM Student Research Competition

14:00
4h
Talk
Release Synchronization in Software Ecosystems
ACM Student Research Competition
Armstrong Tita FoundjemEcole Polytechnique de Montreal
14:00
4h
Talk
Android GUI Search Using Hand-drawn Sketches
ACM Student Research Competition
Xiaofei GeNanjing University
14:00
4h
Talk
Impact of Lifestyle and Working Process Organization on the Job Satisfaction Level of Software Engineers
ACM Student Research Competition
Aleksandr TarasovInnopolis University
14:00
4h
Talk
Detection and Characterization of Variability Bugs in Configurable C Software: An Empirical Study
ACM Student Research Competition
Austin MordahlThe University of Texas at Dallas
14:00
4h
Talk
An systematic evaluation of problematic tests generated by Evosuite
ACM Student Research Competition
Zhiyu FanSouthern University of Science and Technology
14:00
4h
Talk
Finding Concurrency Exploits on Smart Contracts
ACM Student Research Competition
Yue LiPeking University
14:00
4h
Talk
Identifying developers by their application usage
ACM Student Research Competition
Ihar ShulhanInnopolis University
14:00
4h
Talk
Property Oriented Verification via Iterative Abstract Interpretation
ACM Student Research Competition
Banghu YinNational University of Defense Technology
14:00
4h
Talk
Characterizing and Detecting Duplicate Logging Code Smells
ACM Student Research Competition
Zhenhao LiConcordia University
14:00
4h
Talk
Fault Localization Integration for Enhanced Automated Program Repair
ACM Student Research Competition
Tongtong XuNanjing University
14:00
4h
Talk
Configuration-dependent Fault Localization
ACM Student Research Competition
Son NguyenThe University of Texas at Dallas
14:00
4h
Talk
Guided, Automated Testing of Blockchain-based Decentralized Applications
ACM Student Research Competition
Jianbo GaoPeking University
14:00
4h
Talk
Towards Zero Knowledge Learning for Cross Language API Mappings
ACM Student Research Competition
Nghi D. Q. BuiSingapore Management University, Singapore
Pre-print

Conference Day
Thu 30 May

Displayed time zone: Eastern Time (US & Canada) change

11:00 - 12:30
Selected PresentationsACM Student Research Competition at Mansfield / Sherbrooke
Chair(s): Julia RubinUniversity of British Columbia, Alessandro GarciaPUC-Rio
11:00
90m
Talk
Selected Presentations
ACM Student Research Competition

11:00
90m
Talk
Fault Localization Integration for Enhanced Automated Program Repair
ACM Student Research Competition
Tongtong XuNanjing University
11:00
90m
Talk
Guided, Automated Testing of Blockchain-based Decentralized Applications
ACM Student Research Competition
Jianbo GaoPeking University
11:00
90m
Talk
Visually Identifying Potential Sensitive Information Leaks in Access-Controlled Data Services
ACM Student Research Competition
11:00
90m
Talk
Finding Concurrency Exploits on Smart Contracts
ACM Student Research Competition
Yue LiPeking University
11:00
90m
Talk
Characterizing and Detecting Duplicate Logging Code Smells
ACM Student Research Competition
Zhenhao LiConcordia University
11:00
90m
Talk
Release Synchronization in Software Ecosystems
ACM Student Research Competition
Armstrong Tita FoundjemEcole Polytechnique de Montreal
11:00
90m
Talk
TOAD: A tool for recommending auto-refactoring alternatives
ACM Student Research Competition
Alejandra SilesUniversidad Católica Boliviana San Pablo
11:00
90m
Talk
Configuration-dependent Fault Localization
ACM Student Research Competition
Son NguyenThe University of Texas at Dallas
11:00
90m
Talk
Impact of Lifestyle and Working Process Organization on the Job Satisfaction Level of Software Engineers
ACM Student Research Competition
Aleksandr TarasovInnopolis University
11:00
90m
Talk
Agile Process Improvement in Retrospectives
ACM Student Research Competition
Christoph MatthiesHasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam
11:00
90m
Talk
JSOptimizer: An Extensible Framework for JavaScript Program Optimization
ACM Student Research Competition
Yi LiuSouthern University of Science and Technology
11:00
90m
Talk
An systematic evaluation of problematic tests generated by Evosuite
ACM Student Research Competition
Zhiyu FanSouthern University of Science and Technology
11:00
90m
Talk
Property Oriented Verification via Iterative Abstract Interpretation
ACM Student Research Competition
Banghu YinNational University of Defense Technology
11:00
90m
Talk
Identifying developers by their application usage
ACM Student Research Competition
Ihar ShulhanInnopolis University
11:00
90m
Talk
MARVEL: A Generic, Scalable and Effective Vulnerability Detection Platform
ACM Student Research Competition
Xiaoning DuNanyang Technological University
11:00
90m
Talk
Towards Zero Knowledge Learning for Cross Language API Mappings
ACM Student Research Competition
Nghi D. Q. BuiSingapore Management University, Singapore
Pre-print
11:00
90m
Talk
An Empirical Study On Leveraging Logs For Debugging Production Failures
ACM Student Research Competition
An Ran ChenConcordia University
11:00
90m
Talk
Android GUI Search Using Hand-drawn Sketches
ACM Student Research Competition
Xiaofei GeNanjing University
11:00
90m
Talk
Detection and Characterization of Variability Bugs in Configurable C Software: An Empirical Study
ACM Student Research Competition
Austin MordahlThe University of Texas at Dallas