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ICSE 2020
Wed 24 June - Thu 16 July 2020
Thu 9 Jul 2020 01:45 - 01:48 at Goguryeo - P17-Software Development Chair(s): Minghui Zhou
Thu 9 Jul 2020 02:10 - 03:00 at Live Demo Room - PD4-Live Demos

Recent research in empirical software engineering is applying techniques from neurocognitive science and breaking new grounds in the ways that researchers can model and analyze the cognitive processes of developers as they interact with software artifacts. However, given the novelty of this line of research, only one tool exists to help researchers represent and analyze this kind of multimodal biometric data. While this tool does help with visualizing temporal eyetracking and physiological data, it does not allow for the mapping of physiological data to source code elements, instead projecting information over images of code. One drawback of this is that researchers are still unable to meaningfully combine and map physiological and eye tracking data to source code artifacts. The use of images also bars the support of long or multiple code files, which prevents researchers from analyzing data from experiments conducted in realistic settings. To address these drawbacks, we propose VITALSE, a tool for the interactive visualization of combined multi-modal biometric data for software engineering tasks. VITALSE provides interactive and customizable temporal heatmaps created with synchronized eyetracking and biometric data. The tool supports analysis on multiple files, user defined annotations for points of interest over source code elements, and high level customizable metric summaries for the provided dataset. VITALSE, a video demonstration, and sample data to demonstrate its capabilities can be found at http://www.vitalse.app.

Thu 9 Jul
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01:05 - 02:05: P17-Software DevelopmentPaper Presentations / Journal First / Technical Papers / Demonstrations at Goguryeo
Chair(s): Minghui ZhouPeking University
01:05 - 01:13
Talk
Improving the Pull Requests Review Process Using Learning-to-rank AlgorithmsJ1
Journal First
Guoliang ZhaoComputer Science of Queen's University, Daniel Alencar Da CostaUniversity of Otago, Ying ZouQueen's University, Kingston, Ontario
01:13 - 01:21
Talk
Understanding the motivations, challenges and needs of Blockchain software developers: a surveyJ1
Journal First
Amiangshu BosuWayne State University, Anindya IqbalBangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Dhaka, Bangladesh, Rifat ShahriyarBangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Dhaka, Bangladesh, Partho ChakrabortyBangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Dhaka, Bangladesh
01:21 - 01:33
Talk
Gap between Theory and Practice : An Empirical Study of Security Patches in SolidityArtifact ReusableTechnicalArtifact Available
Technical Papers
01:33 - 01:45
Talk
A Tale from the Trenches: Cognitive Biases and Software DevelopmentACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper AwardsTechnical
Technical Papers
Souti ChattopadhyayGraduate Student, Nicholas NelsonOregon State University, Audrey AuOregon State University, Natalia MoralesOregon State University, Christopher SanchezOregon State University, Rahul PanditaPhase Change Software, Anita SarmaOregon State University
01:45 - 01:48
Talk
VITALSE: Visualizing Eye Tracking and Biometric DataDemo
Demonstrations
Devjeet RoyWashington State University, Sarah FakhouryWashington State University, Venera ArnaoudovaWashington State University
Pre-print
02:10 - 03:00: PD4-Live DemosDemonstrations at Live Demo Room
02:10 - 03:00
Talk
VITALSE: Visualizing Eye Tracking and Biometric DataDemo
Demonstrations
Devjeet RoyWashington State University, Sarah FakhouryWashington State University, Venera ArnaoudovaWashington State University
Pre-print