MIP Finalists for 2020

We are excited to announce that four papers have been selected for our Most Influential Paper Finalist Award. These papers are:

🐛 A systematic and comprehensive investigation of methods to build and evaluate fault prediction models

Erik Arisholm, Lionel C. Briand, Eivind B. Johannessen

(Blog) (Paper) (Green OA)

👪 A family of code coverage-based heuristics for effective fault localization

W.Eric Wong, Vidroha Debroy, Byoungju Choi

(Blog) (Paper) (Green OA)

🧪 Adaptive Random Testing: The ART of test case diversity

Tsong Yueh Chen, Fei-Ching Kuo, Robert G. Merkel, T.H.Tse

(Blog) (Paper) (Green OA)

🏛️ A comparative study of architecture knowledge management tools

Antony Tang, Paris Avgeriou, Anton Jansen, Rafael Capilla, Muhammad Ali Babar

(Blog) (Paper) (Green OA)

In order to determine the MIP Grand Prize Winner, we will be taking into account your “claps”. Each author has written a blog post, linked above. If you feel that this paper should be awarded as the Grand Prize Winner, please “clap” for it using Medium’s clap feature. We will be taking these claps into consideration when making the final decision. Hurry, you only have a few weeks before the final decision!

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All the best,
David C. Shepherd

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