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   Les principaux organisateurs The principle organizers de ce depot sont les suivants:
  • Giulio Antoniol. École Polytechnique de Montreal, Montreal, QC, CA
  • Yann Gael , École Polytechnique de Montreal, Montreal, QC, CA
System Developers:

Antoniol

Giuliano Antoniol

Giuliano Antoniol received his degree in electronics engineering from the Universita' di Padova in 1982. In 2004 he received his PhD in Electrical Engineering at the École Polytechnique de Montréal. He worked in companies, research institution and universities. In 2005 he was awarded the Canada Research Chair Tier I in Software Change and Evolution. Giuliano Antoniol published more than 90 papers in journals and international conferences. He served as a member of the Program Committee of international conferences and workshops such as the International Conference on Software Maintenance, the International Workshop on Program Comprehension, the International Symposium on Software Metrics. He is presently member of the Editorial Board of the Journal Software Testing Verification & Reliability, the Journal Information and Software Technology, the Journal of Empirical Software Engineering and the Journal of Software Quality. He is associate professor at École Polytechnique de Montréal, Departement de Génie Informatique where he works in the area of software evolution and maintenance, software metrics, process modeling, software testing and software quality.

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Zeina Awedikian

My name is Zeina Awedikian, born on November 4, 1983. I have a B.E in Computer Engineering from the Lebanese Americain Univesity. I am currently persuing my masters degree in Software Engineering in the Soccer Lab, under the supervision of Mr. Giuliano Antoniol. My masters project consists of automatically generating test data to cover the Modified condition/decision coverage test criteria. The aim is to extract all decisions in the code and generate the correct data to be able to test them, covering the MC/DC criteria. This criteria is used in critical systems such as avionic systems, where even the tiniest errors in decisions need to be found. For this, I am developping a whole system that would parse and instrument a java code, extract its decisions and dependencies and genererate the MC/DC test cases (based on the definition in the RTCA/DO-178B document). Then the system will compute fitness function based on the above, this fitness is feed intto a genetic algorithm to find the best solution for it. We are currently in the testing period where more complicated java code is being tested.

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Dona-Maria Awedikian

Dona-Maria is a computer and communication engineering student at Holy Spirit University of Kaslik in Lebanon. She has just finished her 3rd year. She is doing a 3 month internship in the soccer laboratory at École Polytechnique de Montréal under the supervision of Mr. Giulio Antoniol. She started her work by updating the website of the soccer lab to make it ready to be published online. She will also create an online repository for the soccer team work. She will also be helping a PhD student working on the maximum bipartite matching graph algorithm.