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ASE 2019
Sun 10 - Fri 15 November 2019 San Diego, California, United States

Software researchers increasingly take advantage of large software repositories when they design new tools. How do we make such repositories maximally useful for research? In particular, how do we make them more searchable, make interaction scriptable, and ensure that we can run both static and dynamic analyses? Additionally, how do we make the results from tools reproducible, how do we label programs with ground truth, and how do we measure whether a repository is representative of real-world applications? NJR 2019 will be the third workshop in a series that addresses these questions. The goal is for researchers in academia and industry to share new ideas, demonstrate recent tools, and discuss directions for research and development.

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Fri 15 Nov

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11:00 - 12:30
Big Code 2NJR at Cortez 1A
Chair(s): Manu Sridharan University of California Riverside
50K-C: A Dataset of Compilable and Compiled, Java Projects
Why We're Going in SAIN: Producing a Community-Wide Software Architecture INfrastructure
Joshua Garcia University of California, Irvine
NJR: Executable, Scriptable, and Searchable Java Programs
Jens Palsberg University of California, Los Angeles
14:00 - 15:30
NJR Discussion; Needs, Requirements, WishesNJR at Cortez 1A
Chair(s): Crista Lopes , Jens Palsberg University of California, Los Angeles

Call for Presentations

We welcome presentations on any of the NJR topics, including new ideas, tools, and benchmark suites. We particularly welcome presentations on experiments with large software repositories and on tools for managing experiments with such repositories.