Publication accepted at ICPC 2021!
Using Grammar Patterns to Interpret Test Method Name Evolution was accepted for publication at The 29th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC 2021).
It is good practice to name test methods such that they are comprehensible to developers; they must be written in such a way that their purpose and functionality are clear to those who will maintain them. Unfortunately, there is little automated support for writing or maintaining the names of test methods. This can lead to inconsistent and low-quality test names and increase the maintenance cost of supporting these methods. Due to this risk, it is essential to help developers in maintaining their test method names over time. In this paper, we use grammar patterns, and how they relate to test method behavior, to understand test naming practices. This data will be used to support an automated tool for maintaining test names.
🎉 Thrilled to announce that our paper "Using Grammar Patterns to Interpret Test Method Name Evolution" has been accepted at @icpcconf 🥳🎊Co-authors: Emily Hu, Jiajun Chen, @ECS_Abdullah, @mwmkaouer & @sourceslicer✨Preprint out soon. More info: https://t.co/rXrdBWiVJU #icpc2021 pic.twitter.com/zuO7qHFvO0— Anthony S. Peruma (@ShehanPeruma) March 8, 2021