Vincenzo Musco

Ph.D. in Computer Science

Publications

2017

Vincenzo Musco, Martin Monperrus, Philippe Preux. A Large-scale Study of Call Graph-based Impact Prediction using Mutation Testing. Software Quality Journal (2017) 25:921. SQJ

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2016

Vincenzo Musco. Propagation Analysis based on Software Graphs and Synthetic Data. University of Lille, France. PhD dissertation

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Vincenzo Musco, Martin Monperrus, Philippe Preux. Mutation-Based Graph Inference for Fault Localization. 16th International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and Manipulation co-located with ICSME, October 2016, Raleigh, USA. (acceptance rate: 18/47 - 38%) SCAM

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Vincenzo Musco, Antonin Carette, Martin Monperrus, Philippe Preux. A Learning Algorithm for Change Impact Prediction. 5th International Workshop on Realizing Artificial Intelligence Synergies in Software Engineering co-located with ICSE, May 2016, Austin, USA. RAISE@ICSE

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2015

Vincenzo Musco, Martin Monperrus, Philippe Preux. An Experimental Protocol for Analyzing the Accuracy of Software Error Impact Analysis. 10th IEEE/ACM International Workshop on Automation of Software Test co-located with ICSE, May 2015, Florence, Italy. AST@ICSE

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2014

Vincenzo Musco, Martin Monperrus, Philippe Preux. A Generative Model of Software Dependency Graphs to Better Understand Software Evolution. Technical report 1410.7921, Arxiv, 2014. TechReport

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Education

Ph.D. Computer Science, University of Lille 3 (France), 2016
M.Sc. Computer Science, University of Paris 7 (France), 2013
B.Sc. Computer Networks and Telecommunications, University Joseph Fourier (France), 2009
B.Sc. Computer Science, HEPL (Belgium), 2009

Teaching/Mentorship

New Jersey Institute of Technology (USA)

Mentorship

Xin Yin (2017–2018)

Ph.D. Student

Aakashkumar Patel (2017)

Second-year M.Sc. student

University of Lille (France)

Teaching Assistant

Introduction to Graph Theory (2016)

Practical Labs (20 students) for third-year bachelors. Includes concepts about graph theory such as representation, popular algorithms (eg. Dijkstra, TSP), spectral analysis, etc.

Preparation to C2i (2016)

Practical Labs (25 students) for various-level students. Prepares the students to pass the french certification C2i level 1 which includes a large score of computer basic principles.

Introduction to Data Coding (2015)

Practical Labs (20 students) for first-year bachelors. Includes concepts such as OS introduction, base number conversion (eg. binary, decimal), file coding (eg. archives, images, html, latex).

Introducton to Networks (2015)

Practical Labs (20 students) for first-year bachelors. Includes concepts such as networking, sockets, HTTP, HTML Security concepts (eg. certificates).

Introduction to Data Coding (2014)

Practical Labs (2 groups of 20 students each) for first-year bachelors. Includes concepts such as logic gates, Karnaugh maps, base number conversion (eg. binary, decimal), file coding (eg. archives, images, html, latex).

Introducton to Networks (2014)

Practical Labs (20 students) for first-year bachelors. Includes concepts such as networking, sockets, HTTP, HTML Security concepts (eg. certificates).

Mentorship

Antonin Carette (2015)

First-year M.Sc. student.

Romain Philippon (2014)

Second-year M.Sc. student.