Wong, W. Eric
W. Eric Wong is a Professor of Computer Science and Director of International Outreach for the Jonsson School. He is also the Director of the Advanced Research Center for Software Testing and Quality Assurance. In 2015 the IEEE Reliability Society named him "Engineer of the Year" for his key contributions in software testing and quality assurance. In 2016, he became Editor-in-chief of IEEE's Transactions on Reliability. His research interests include:
- Reduce the cost of software production while improving software dependability, safety, and quality.
- Research Program-Based Testing, Debugging, Reliability, Safety, and Amalysis.
- Study Architecture/Design-Based Testing, Debugging, Metrics, and Analysis.
- Develop "real-life industry applications from academic research results."
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(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2019-05-15)Software modules and developers are two core elements during the process of software development. Previous studies have shown that analyzing relations between 1) software modules; (2) developers; and (3) modules and ...
(Elsevier Science Inc, 2018-10-22)This paper presents the findings of a bibliometric study, targeting an eight-year period (2010-2017), with the aim of identifying: (a) emerging research directions, (b) the top-20 institutions, and (c) top-20 early stage, ...
This Innovative Practice, Work in Progress Paper presents how we improve software testing education via industry sponsored contests. Over the past decades, we have built software to improve our efficiency, reliability, and ...
In practice, a program may contain multiple bugs. The simultaneous presence of these bugs may deteriorate the effectiveness of existing fault-localization techniques to locate program bugs. While it is acceptable to use ...