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Dintzner, N.J.R. (author)
Most modern software systems can be adjusted to satisfy sets of conflicting requirements issued by different groups of users, based on their intended usage or execution context. For systems where configurations are a core concern, specific implementation mechanisms are put in place to allow the instantiation of sets of tailored components. Among...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Heck, P.M. (author)
The goal of this thesis was to obtain a deeper understanding of the notion of quality for Just-in-Time (JIT) Requirements. JIT requirements are the opposite of up-front requirements. JIT requirements are not analyzed or defined until they are needed meaning that development is allowed to begin with incomplete requirements. We started our...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Raemaekers, S.B.A. (author)
Third-party libraries are used frequently in modern software development. Websites that are visited millions of times a day often make heavy use of open-source software libraries. As a software developer, using these libraries has a number of advantages. Developers save time and effort because functionality does not have to be rebuilt from...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Chen, C. (author)
In this thesis, we have focused on applying Spectrum-based Fault Localization (SFL) to diagnose Service-Oriented Systems at runtime. We reused a framework-based online monitoring technique to obtain the service transaction information. We devised a three-phased oracle and combined this with monitoring to detect system failures at runtime. Both...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Guzzi, A. (author)
doctoral thesis 2015
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Espinha, T. (author)
At an implementation level, web services serve the basic purpose of message exchange between potentially heterogeneous software systems. Through abstracting language- and platform-specific implementations into text-based, human-readable XML and JSON-based formats, different software systems are able to execute procedures and retrieve data from...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Romano, D. (author)
Analyzing the Change-Proneness of APIs and web APIs APIs and web APIs are used to expose existing business logic and, hence, to ease the reuse of functionalities across multiple software systems. Software systems can use the business logic of legacy systems by binding their APIs and web APIs. With the emergence of a new programming paradigm...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Voelter, M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2014
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Van Gameren, B.J.A. (author)
Due to the globalization of business and the rising popularity of working from home, global software engineering is becoming increasingly common. In such a distributed environment, team members no longer share a physical work environment and should be provided with information they need to collaborate remotely. The goal of this dissertation is...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Dullemond, K. (author)
More and more, software engineering projects are no longer carried out in a single office building, but instead in multiple dislocated office buildings or even from home. When the development process is distributed between several geographically dispersed locations this is known as Global Software Engineering or GSE. The team members working on...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Bezemer, C. (author)
Multi-tenant software systems are Software-as-a-Service systems in which customers (or tenants) share the same resources. The key characteristics of multi-tenancy are hardware resource sharing, a high degree of configurability and a shared application and database instance. We can deduct from these characteristics that they lead to challenges...
doctoral thesis 2014
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De Jonge, M. (author)
The goal of this dissertation is to develop techniques that simplify the implementation of tool support for new languages. More specifically, we focus on language-parametric solutions for the implementation of language-specific editor support. In the first part of this dissertation we investigate generic techniques to recover from syntax errors...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Bouwers, E.M. (author)
Software systems make up an important part of our daily lives. Just like all man- made objects, the possibilities of a software system are constrained by the choices made during its creation. The complete set of these choices can be referred to as the software architecture of a system. Since the software architecture of a system has a large...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Van der Burg, S. (author)
Nowadays, software systems are bigger and more complicated than people may think. Apart from the fact that a system has to be correctly constructed and should meet the client's wishes, they also have to be made ready for use to end-users or in an isolated test environment. This process is known as the software deployment process. Due to various...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Greiler, M.S. (author)
The two main topics of this dissertation are plug-in-based systems and test suite comprehension. In particular, challenges during testing plug-in-based systems are revealed, and reverse engineering based techniques to support developers during test suite comprehension are presented.
doctoral thesis 2013
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Hermans, F.F.J. (author)
Spreadsheets are used extensively in industry: they are the number one tool for financial analysis and are also prevalent in other domains, such as logistics and planning. Their flexibility and immediate feedback make them easy to use for non-programmers. But as easy as spreadsheets are to build, so difficult can they be to analyze and adapt....
doctoral thesis 2013
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Vermolen, S.D. (author)
Software plays a critical role in our daily life. Vast amounts of money are spent on more and more complex systems. All software, regardless if it controls a plane or the game on your phone is never finished. Software changes when it contains bugs or when new functionality is added. This process of change is called software eovlution. Despite...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Hemel, Z. (author)
Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) are programming language aimed at a particular problem domain, e.g. banking, database querying or website page lay-outs. Through the use of high-level concepts, a DSL raises the level of abstraction and expressive power of the programmer, and reduces the size of programs. This dissertation covers various aspects...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Kats, L.C.L. (author)
This dissertation presents research on techniques, methods, and tool support for domain-specific language engineering. Domain-specific language engineering is the discipline of designing, developing, and maintaining domain-specific programming languages. The focus of this thesis is the architecture of language workbenches their underlying...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Boogerd, C.J. (author)
Automatic Code Inspection tools help developers in early detection of defects in software. A well-known drawback of many automatic inspection approaches is that they yield too many warnings and require a clearer focus. In this thesis, we provide such focus by proposing two methods to prioritize inspection results, based on the execution...
doctoral thesis 2010
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