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Celebrating 30 years of ISSRE


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On 2019, the 30th edition of the International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering (ISSRE 2019) took place in Berlin, Germany, October 28-31. The first edition took place in Washington, DC, USA, in 1990.

To celebrate this very important anniversary, we promoted an initiative to identify the ISSRE most influential papers, called "Highlights from 30 years of ISSRE". We looked for ISSRE papers that had a great influence and impact in the community. The goal of the initiative is to remember those papers and their authors, which, in practice, tell a good part of the story of our conference.

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Celebrating 30 years of ISSRE

  1. 1. @30 Bojan Cukic Chair, Steering Committee
  2. 2. •The first edition of ISSRE •An Industry initiative! •AT&T, NASA, HP… •Industry – University collaboration • The Legacy!
  3. 3. # published research papers: 1,074 Average acceptance rate for research papers: ~30% Industry attendance: 30%-45% Unique authors: 1879 Citations: ~92,272; 43% citations by top 100, 80% .. Top 500 authors
  4. 4. Most influential papers of 30 years of ISSRE (highlights from 30 years of ISSRE) Domenico Cotroneo Karama Kanoun Marco Vieira Mladen Vouk
  5. 5. Selection Criteria • We setup a call for proposal. We received 9 papers proposals • Bibliometric analysis of all the ISSRE papers (11 more papers with highest impact); • «Call for opinions» with former PC-Chairs of all ISSRE editions (6 more papers) • At the end, we have 26 papers • Although our effort we know that perfect criteria do not exist ! • For this reason we prefer to talk about <<Highlights from 30 years of ISSRE>>
  6. 6. Software Reliability Growth Failure Analysis Software Testing Robustness Testing Software Aging • Software Reliability • Software Measurement • Reliability Engineering • … • Failure Analysis • Monitoring • Fault Detection • … • Software Testing • Automatic Testing • Genetic Mutations • … • Robustness • Fault Tolerance • Emulation • … • Aging • Software Maintenance • Degradation • …
  7. 7. 1992 1994 1999 The operational profile in software reliability engineering: an overview Adjusting measured field failure intensity for operational profile variation J.D. Musa Assessment of a sampling method for measuring safety-critical software reliability F. B. Bastani; A. Pasquini Scenario-based reliability analysis of component- based software S.M. Yacoub; B. Cukic; H.H. Ammar 1994
  8. 8. 2000 2003 2009 A novel method for early software quality prediction based on support vector machine Test-driven development as a defect-reduction practice How to Measure the Impact of Specific Development Practices on Fielded Defect Density F Xing; P Guo; M. R. Lyu L. Williams; E.M. Maximilien; M. Vouk A.M. Neufelder Putting It All Together: Using Socio-technical Networks to Predict Failures C. Bird; N. Nagappan; H. Gall; B. Murphy; P. Devanbu 2005
  9. 9. 1993 1995 2014 Experience in software reliability: From data collection to quantitative evaluation Analysis of failures in the Tandem NonStop-UX Operating System K. Kanoun; M. Kaaniche; J.C. Laprie A. Thakur; R.K. Iyer; L. Young; I. Lee Failure Analysis of Jobs in Compute Clouds: A Google Cluster Case Study Xin Chen; Charng-Da Lu; K. Pattabiraman Anomaly Detection and Root Cause Localization in Virtual Network Functions Experience Report: System Log Analysis for Anomaly Detection C. Sauvanaud; K. Lazri; M. Kaâniche; K. Kanoun Shilin He; Jieming Zhu; Pinjia He; M. R. Lyu 2016 2016
  10. 10. 1993 Effect of test set size and block coverage on the fault detection effectiveness A coverage analysis tool for the effectiveness of software testing M. R. Lyu; J.R. Horgan; S. London W.E. Wong; J.R. Horgan; S. London; A.P. Mathur 1994 A pattern-based approach for GUI modeling and testing Inter-class mutation operators for Java A case study using the round- trip strategy for state-based class testing G. Antoniol; L.C. Briand; M. Di Penta; Y. Labiche R. M. L. M. Moreira; Ana C. R. Paiva; A. Memon Yu-Seung Ma; Yong-Rae Kwon; J. Offutt 2002 2013 2002
  11. 11. 1995 Development of a benchmark to measure system robustness: experiences and lessons learned Improving the software development process using testability research Antirandom testing: getting the most out of black-box testing Byung-Hoon Suh; J. Hudak; D. Siewiorek; Z. Segall Y.K. Malaiya J.M. Voas; K.W. Miller 1992 Error injection aimed at fault removal in fault tolerance mechanisms Emulation of software faults by educated mutations at machine-code level J. Duraes; H. Madeira J. Christmansson; P. Santhanam; R. Chillarege 1996 2002 1992
  12. 12. 1998 Analysis of software rejuvenation using Markov Regenerative Stochastic Petri Net A methodology for detection and estimation of software aging 1995 Software Aging Analysis of the Linux Operating System S. Garg; A. Puliafito; M. Telek; K.S. Trivedi D. Cotroneo; R. Natella; R. Pietrantuono; S. Russo 2010 S. Garg; A. van Moorsel; K. Vaidyanathan; K.S. Trivedi