Our work “Assessing Product Line Derivation Operators Applied to Java Source Code: An Empirical Study” (João Bosco Ferreira Filho, Simon Allier, Olivier Barais, Mathieu Acher, Benoit Baudry) has been accepted at SPLC.
Our works “A Generative Approach to Define Rich Domain-Specific Trace Metamodels” (Erwan Bousse, Tanja Mayerhofer, Benoit Combemale, Benoit Baudry) and “A Generative Approach for Rich Omniscient Model Debugging” (Erwan Bousse, Jonathan Corley, Benoit Combemale, Jeff Gray, Benoit Baudry) have been accepted at ECMFA and SLE.
Our paper “Classifying and Qualifying GUI Defects” (Valéria Lelli, Arnaud Blouin and Benoit Baudry) has been accepted at ICST’15.
Our paper “Mitigating browser fingerprint tracking: multi-level reconfiguration and diversification” (P. Laperdrix, W. Rudametkin, B. Baudry) has been accepted at SEAMS’15 and will be presented in Florence, Italy in May 2015.
Our paper “Assessing the Use of Slicing-based Visualizing Techniques on the Understanding of Large Metamodels” (Arnaud Blouin, Naouel Moha, Benoit Baudry, Houari Sahraoui, Jean-Marc Jézéquel) has been accepted for publication in the journal for Information and Software Technology.
Our vision of “Multi-tier diversification in Web-based software applications” has appeared in the special issue of the IEEE Software magazine about Internetware and beyond.
We have launched https://amiunique.org/fp to investigate the diversity of browser fingerprints.
I’ll be present at the open world forum with Pierre Laperdrix to present our work on diversity and web browser fingerprinting Software diversity to mitigate browser fingerprinting
Thanks to Andrew McKelvey the DIVERSIFY project now has a very nice video that explains our motivations and objectives