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Dominic Steinhöfel



Stuhlsatzenhaus 5
66123 Saarbrücken (Germany)

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Veröffentlichungen von Dominic Steinhöfel

Jahr 2023

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Research PapersESEC/FSE 2023

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Research PapersESEC/FSE 2023

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Research PapersESEC/FSE 2023

Jahr 2022

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ESEC/FSE 2022Technical Track

Jahr 2021

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Proceedings of the 20th ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Generative Programming: Concepts and Experiences (GPCE ’21), October 17–18, 2021, Chicago, IL, USA20th International Conference on Generative Programming: Concepts & Experiences

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Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering - 24th International Conference, FASE 2021, Held as Part of the European Joint Conferences on Theory and Practice of Software, ETAPS 2021, Luxe24th International Conference on Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering

Lehre von Dominic Steinhöfel

Winter 2021/22

Automated Testing and Debugging

It is estimated that programmers spend half of their time testing and debugging their code.  Wouldn't it be great if computers could help automating these boring tasks?

In this proseminar, we explore and evaluate automated techniques for testing and debugging software.  We look at a number of classic approaches for generating software tests automatically, for finding errors and locating faults, and for having these two interact with each other.  You will be 

  • reading the associated papers,
  • presenting the associated work,
  • possibly even with a demonstration of the technique.

For every technique, we will be providing you with the papers (and a reference or textbook implementation, if available).  For the presentation, we use standard presentation software; for demonstrations, Python and Jupyter Notebooks have shown to be practical.  During the seminar, you will refine your presentation and demonstration skills with us up to the final (and decisive) presentation.

The first part of the seminar consists of ~10 virtual (Zoom) sessions of one hour, with at most one session per week. In each of these sessions, we will have two short presentations and a feedback and discussion round.

In the second part of the seminar, participants will give their final, graded presentations. This part consists of several (at most three) block sessions, which might be held virtually or on-site.

Attendance in all (virtual and on-site) proseminar meetings is mandatory.

Requirements: Programming skills will be required for demonstrations.  Knowledge of Python and experience with Jupyter Notebooks is helpful, but can be acquired during the proseminar.

Registration: To register, use the central system of the CS department.