Accepted Papers

Accepted Full Research Papers (in alphabetical order)
A Multi-Model Optimization Framework for the Model Driven Design of Cloud Applications
Giovanni Paolo Gibilisco, Danilo Ardagna, Michele Ciavotta and Alexander Lavrentev.

Applying Design Patterns in Search-Based Product Line Architecture Design
Giovani Guizzo, Thelma E. Colanzi and Silvia R. Vergilio.

Bi-objective Genetic Search for Release Planning in Support of Themes
Muhammad Rezaul Karim and Guenther Ruhe.

Combining Stochastic Grammars and Genetic Programming for Coverage Testing at the System Level
Fitsum Meshesha Kifetew, Roberto Tiella and Paolo Tonella.

Detecting Program Execution Phases using Heuristic Search
Omar Benomar, Houari Sahraoui and Pierre Poulin.

Feature Model Synthesis with Genetic-Programming
Lukas Linsbauer, Roberto Erick Lopez-Herrejon and Alexander Egyed.

Mutation-based Selection and Minimization of Software Product Line Test Configurations
Christopher Henard, Mike Papadakis and Yves Le Traon.

Multi-objective Genetic Optimization for Noise-based Testing of Concurrent Software
Vendula Hruba, Zdenek Letko, Hana Pluhackova, Tomas Vojnar and Bohuslav Krena.

On The Effectiveness of Whole Test Suite Generation
Andrea Arcuri and Gordon Fraser.

On the Use of Machine Learning and Search-based Software Engineering for ill-Defined Fitness Function: A Case Study on Software Refactoring
Amal Boukhdhir, Marouane Kessentini, Slim Bechikh and Lamjed Ben Said.

Producing Just Enough Documentation: The Next SAD Version Problem
J. Andres Diaz-Pace, Matias Nicoletti, Silvia Schiaffino and Santiago Vidal.

Random-Weighted Search-Based Multi-Objective Optimization Revisited
Shuai Wang, Shaukat Ali and Arnaud Gotlieb.

Software Refactoring Under Uncertainty: A Robust Multi-Objective Approach
Wiem Mkaouer, Marouane Kessentini, Slim Bechikh and Mel Ó Cinnéide.

Towards Automated A/B Testing
Giordano Tamburrelli and Alessandro Margara.

Accepted Short Papers
A New Learning Mechanism for Resolving Inconsistencies in Using Cooperative Co-evolution Model
Yongrui Xu and Peng Liang

Accepted Graduate Student Papers
Improving Heuristics for the Next Release Problem Through Landscape Visualization
Richard Fuchshuber and Marcio O. Barros

Machine Learning for User Modeling in an Interactive Genetic Algorithm for the Next Release Problem
Allysson Allex Araújo and Matheus Paixão

Transaction Profile Estimation of Queueing Network Models for IT Systems Using A Search-based Technique
Shadi Ghaith, Miao Wang, Philip Perry and John Murphy

Accepted SBSE Challenge Papers
Babel Pidgin: SBSE can grow and graft entirely new functionality into a real world system
Mark Harman, W B Langdon and Yue Jia

Less is more: Temporal fault predictive performance over multiple Hadoop releases
Mark Harman, Syed Islam, Yue Jia, Leandro Minku, Federica Sarro and Komsan Srivisut

Pidgin Crasher: Searching for Minimised Crashing GUI Event Sequences
Haitao Dan, Mark Harman, Jens Krinke, Alexandru Marginean, Lingbo Li and Fan Wu

Repairing and optimizing Hadoop hashCode implementations
Zoltan Kocsis, Geoff Neumann, Jerry Swan, Michael Epitropakis, Alexander Brownlee, Saemundur Haraldsson and Edward Bowles