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Peeters, D.M.J. (author), Irisarri, François Xavier (author), Groenendijk, Chris (author), Růžek, Roman (author)
Composite materials are finding increasing application, for example in commercial aircraft. Traditionally fiber angles are restricted to 0°,±45° and 90°. The current work exploits the possibility of using multiple ’non-conventional’ laminates where either fiber steering (‘variable stiffness’), ply drops (‘variable thickness’), or a...
journal article 2019
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Ross, Robert (author), Gholizad, B. (author), Koopmans, Gerben (author), Mousavi Gargari, Shima (author), Smit, J.J. (author), Ghaffarian Niasar, M. (author), Meijer, Cees G. (author), Bucurenciu, Ana-Maria (author)
High current capability, good integration in urban area and zero external magnetic field are advantages of HTS cables that make them interesting for implementation in the Netherlands. So far experience with HTS cable projects is good, but still limited. Yet there is a need for a proper testing practice. Due to limited operational experience,...
conference paper 2017
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Beller, M.M. (author), Gousios, Giorgos (author), Zaidman, A.E. (author)
Continuous Integration (CI) has become a best practice of modern software development. Thanks in part to its tight integration with GitHub, Travis CI has emerged as arguably the most widely used CI platform for Open-Source Software (OSS) development. However, despite its prominent role in Software Engineering in practice, the benefits, costs,...
conference paper 2017
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Beller, M.M. (author), Gousios, Giorgos (author), Zaidman, A.E. (author)
AbContinuous Integration (CI) has become a best practice of modern software development. Yet, at present, we have a shortfall of insight into the testing practices that are common in CI-based software development. In particular, we
seek quantifiable evidence on how central testing is to the CI process, how strongly the project language...
conference paper 2017
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Spadini, D. (author), Finavaro Aniche, M. (author), Bruntink, Magiel (author), Bacchelli, A. (author)
When writing automated unit tests, developers often deal with software artifacts that have several dependencies. In these cases, one has the possibility of either instantiating the dependencies or using mock objects to simulate the dependencies' expected behavior. Even though recent quantitative studies showed that mock objects are widely used...
conference paper 2017
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Vassalo, Carmine (author), Zampetti, Fiorelli (author), Romano, D. (author), Beller, M.M. (author), Panichella, A. (author), Di Penta, M (author), Zaidman, A.E. (author)
Continuous Delivery is an agile software develop- ment practice in which developers frequently integrate changes into the main development line and produce releases of their software. An automated Continuous Integration infrastructure builds and tests these changes. Claimed advantages of CD include early discovery of (integration) errors,...
conference paper 2016
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Beller, M. (author), Gousios, G. (author), Panichella, A. (author), Zaidman, A.E. (author)
The research community in Software Engineering and Software Testing in particular builds many of its contributions on a set of mutually shared expectations. Despite the fact that they form the basis of many publications as well as open-source and commercial testing applications, these common expectations and beliefs are rarely ever questioned....
conference paper 2015
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Beller, M. (author), Gousios, G. (author), Zaidman, A.E. (author)
What do we know about software testing in the real world? It seems we know from Fred Brooks’ seminal work “The Mythical Man-Month” that 50% of project effort is spent on testing. However, due to the enormous advances in software engineering in the past 40 years, the question stands: Is this observation still true? In fact, was it ever true? The...
conference paper 2015
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Kats, L.C.L. (author), Vermaas, R. (author), Visser, E. (author)
The reliability of compilers, interpreters, and development environments for programming languages is essential for effective software development and maintenance. They are often tested only as an afterthought. Languages with a smaller scope, such as domain-specific languages, often remain untested. General-purpose testing techniques and test...
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