Research by Foster and MC2 Graduate Students Featured in MIT News
The article highlighted recently published work by Foster and collaborators at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
The cross-institutional team—which includes MC2 graduate students Jinseong Jeon and Jonathan Fetter-Degges—is building powerful software-analysis tools that can be used to automatically locate, and even repair, programming bugs.
These types of applications could make complex analysis much more practical for programs that import huge swaths of code, Foster says.
The team’s work—funded by the National Science Foundation’s Expeditions Program—is detailed in a paper that was presented at the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering, held May 14–22 in Austin, Texas.
May 26, 2016