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Brunel Software Engineering Lab (BSEL)

Aim

To promote all aspects of empirical and formal investigations of software artefacts, whether code, repositories formal models or human aspects in an academic and industrial setting.

Areas of interest

These include, but are not limited to: Industry applications and collaboration in SE, repository mining for faults and developer characteristics, software testing, formal methods, refactoring and re-engineering, human aspects, estimation and prediction modelling.

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This group is a part of the College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences.

Page last updated: Wednesday 27 April 2016