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In a large scale study involving 70 professionals from renowned companies, we created a software maintainability dataset. In this paper, we present how to select and proritize code samples and how to aggregate the judgments of several human experts. [more]

This paper presents a novel approach to formulate different notions of causal reasoning, over binary acyclic models, as optimization problems, based on quantifiable notions within counterfactual computations.    [more]

Paper title: Actual Causality Canvas: A General Framework for Explanation-based Socio-Technical Constructs; Amjad Ibrahim This paper proposes a unifying framework and an interactive platform to address the problem of operationalizing actual causality for purposes of enabling... [more]

Read more details: https://www.in.tum.de/news-single-view/article/preisverleihung-2020/ [more]

Our chair has two accepted papers at the IEEE International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation (ICST) 2020! Read the publications here: Paper Title: Generating Avoidable Collision Scenarios for Testing Autonomous Driving Systems,; Alessandro Calò; Paolo... [more]

Paper Title: "Automated Anomaly Detection in CPS Log Files - A Time Series Clustering Approach"; Tabea Schmidt et al. In this work, we propose to cluster the time series data of log files of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) to detect anomalies in the system's behavior in an automated... [more]

Title: Automated Implementation of Windows-related Security-Configuration Guides Authors: Patrick Stöckle, Dr. Bernd Grobauer, and Prof. Dr. Alexander Pretschner Conference: IEEE/ACM Automated Software Engineering (ASE) ... [more]

Within the scope of the course Advanced Topics of Software Engineering in winter semester 2017/18, a competition for the best project submission took place, where the students had a chance to present the projects that they have been developing throughout the complete semester. ... [more]

On April 25th, 2018 in Konstanz, the IT Security Award was awarded for the eighth time. This prize, jointly presented by CAST e.V. and the Department of Security - Protection and Reliability of the "Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.", honors outstanding dissertations in the field... [more]

Talk by Prof. Joachim Biskup - Technische Universität Dortmund (Based on joint theoretical work with Lena Wiese and on joint practical work with Christine Dahn, Katharina Diekmann, Ralf Menzel, Dirk Schalge and Lena Wiese) [more]