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de Vries, Rolf (author)
As software systems evolve over time, the quality of its structure and code degrade unless developers regularly maintain it, requiring significant effort. Automated tools to help developers maintain software have been well-studied in the past. <br/>In particular, software remodularisation tools focus on improving the code structure quality with...
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Oolbekkink, Gerben (author)
Web APIs are being used for increasingly larger and complex use cases. Right now it can be hard to make sure that what is documented about an API is correct everywhere and to know if a change will have impact on the users of a web API. When details are missing in an API specification users of that API need to make assumptions about how the API...
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de Boer, Toon (author)
Many development models exist, but finding which one is the right for a specific project or software company is difficult. Every project has its requirements and might need its own development model. The most popular development models are trunk-based development and merge requests.<br/>There are no clear science-based guidelines on when to...
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Agarwal, Bhoomika (author)
Computational Thinking (CT) - the process of thinking like a programmer or computer scientist - is a skill that that has the potential to transform the way students learn at educational institutions in different domains and different grade levels. With the increasing integration of CT in classrooms, there is a growing need for CT assessment...
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van der Laan, Niek (author)
Finding defects in proposed changes is one of the biggest motivations and expected outcomes of code review, but does not result as often as expected in actually finding defects. Just-in-time (JIT) defect prediction focuses on predicting bug-introducing changes, which can help with efficient allocation of inspection time according to the defect...
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van Hal, Sven (author)
The cyber arms race has red and blue teams continuously at their toes to keep ahead. Increasingly capable cyber actors breach secure networks at a worrying scale. While network monitoring and analysis should identify blatant data exfiltration attempts, covert channels bypass these measures and facilitate surreptitious information extraction. The...
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van der Horst, Tim (author)
Software testing is an integral part of the development of embedded systems. Among other reasons, tests are frequently used to ensure that a system meets all the specifications, which is especially important when designing systems for the medical industry. Software changes that have a detrimental impact on a real-time system's performance can...
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Keulemans, Ruben (author)
Practice is central in mathematics skill acquisition. The practice process can be facilitated by flexible digital exercise systems, supporting personalized learning and providing students with parameterized, open answer exercises containing answer-specific feedback. However, current solutions for authoring these exercises lack efficiency and...
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Ion, Claudiu (author)
While SQL engines are now capable of detecting a large number of syntactic mistakes, most often semantic errors are not detected, which can lead to serious performance issues or even security vulnerabilities being introduced in the system. This thesis proposes a set of 25 validated heuristics together with a new rule-based static analysis tool...
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van Tetering, Daphne (author)
The convenient service offered by credit cards and the technological advances in e-commerce have caused the number of online payment transactions to increase daily. With this rising number, the opportunity for fraudsters to obtain cardholder details via online credit card fraud has also increased. As a result, according to the European Central...
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Misteli, Phil (author)
A refactoring is a program transformation that improves the design of the source code, while preserving its behavior. Most modern IDEs offer a number of automated refactorings as editor services. The Rename refactoring is the most-commonly applied refactoring and is used to change the identifier of a program entity such as a variable, a function...
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van der Leij, David (author)
Refactoring is the process of improving the structure of code without changing its functionality. The process is beneficial for software quality but challenges remain for identifying refactoring opportunities. This work employs machine learning to predict the application of the refactoring type Extract Method in an industry setting with the use...
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Bes, Ruben (author)
Many types of database management systems exist, but finding the one that is right for a specific use case is becoming increasingly more difficult. Benchmarks allow one to compare various systems, but in a world where distributed DBMSs are increasingly used for mission critical purposes, we find most existing benchmarks neglect fault tolerance...
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Langerak, arjan (author)
Since their invention, the keyboard and mouse are the most used input devices that software developers use to interact with source code. However, these devices have their IDE interaction issues as developers need to spend a significant amount of time learning how to use them efficiently and effectively. To tackle some of these issues, we used an...
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Zwaan, Aron (author)
Static Analysis is of indispensable value for the robustness of software systems and the efficiency of developers. Moreover, many modern-day software systems are composed of interacting subsystems written in different programming languages. However, in most cases no static validation of these interactions is applied. In this thesis, we identify...
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Catshoek, Tom (author)
Active state machine learning algorithms are a class of algorithms that allow us to infer state machines representing certain systems. These algorithms interact with a system and build a hypothesis of what the state machine describing that system looks like according to the behavior they observed. Once the algorithm arrives at a hypothesis, it...
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Gerling, Jan (author)
Refactorings tackle the challenge of architectural degradation of object-oriented software projects by improving its internal structure without changing the behavior. Refactorings improve software quality and maintainability if applied correctly. However, identifying refactoring opportunities is a challenging problem for developers and...
master thesis 2020
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Suresha Konandur, Sharanya (author)
Software maintenance is an essential and time-consuming task during the software development cycle. Readability of test code is a crucial element for performing programming tasks, such as testing, bug fixing and maintaining code. Hence poorly written tests are difficult to maintain and lose their value to developers. In order to overcome this...
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Proost, Rick (author)
Monitoring software behaviour is being done in various ways. Log messages are being output by almost any kind of running software system. Therefore, learning how software behaves from doing analysis over log data can lead to new insights about the system. However, the number of log messages in a computer system grow fast, and analysing the log...
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Heemskerk, Bart (author)
Learning to program is not a easy task, as has become evident from the abundance of research papers concerning the subject. One of the learning barriers of learning a new programming language is understanding their error message, as coding errors have to be resolved before the programmer can run the code or add new functionality to the program....
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