Program Static Analysis, Repository Mining
Surprisingly, knowing about a written program when, how, who, why was written or corrected is critically significant. When trying to fix a bug you have made, finding a similar bug in the past might give a hint to repair it. When trying to find a bug not yet discovered, it is likely to find it more easily if you know in advance the characteristics of the places where bugs were once. I am conducting research on techniques for analyzing source code developed around the world and its development process and to take advantage of the results view to further development.
- 1998 Ph.D. (Engineering) Osaka University
- 1998 Research Assistant, Osaka University ( Graduate School of Engineering Science, Information Mathematical Major)
- 2002 Research Assistant, Osaka University (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Computer Science Major)
- 2005 Assistant Professor, Osaka University (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Computer Science Major)
- 2007 Associate Professor, Osaka University (Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Computer Science Major)
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