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Smart Grids Co-Simulations: Survey Research Directions [article]

Peter Mihal, Martin Schvarcbacher, Bruno Rossi, Tomáš Pitner
2021 arXiv   pre-print
& Rossi (2017); Schvarcbacher et al. (2018) , .  ...  large availability of commodity hardware such as Arduinos and Raspberry PIs, such trend will increase, allowing hybrid simulations to take place in this context, as recent research has already shown-Schvarcbacher  ... 
arXiv:2109.02349v1 fatcat:22sqq4ut7rfxpppuivofbmvqla

Investigating Severity Thresholds for Test Smells

Davide Spadini, Martin Schvarcbacher, Ana-Maria Oprescu, Magiel Bruntink, Alberto Bacchelli
2020 Zenodo  
Paper "Investigating Severity Thresholds for Test Smells" published in the Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR '20), October 5--6, 2020, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3744280 fatcat:ty453po7fncs7junaljbujqxfm

Smart Grid Testing Management Platform (SGTMP)

Martin Schvarcbacher, Katarína Hrabovská, Bruno Rossi, Tomáš Pitner
2018 Applied Sciences  
The power production node is similar to the one described in Schvarcbacher and Rossi [22] . SM and SMDC are prototype devices provided by an energy distribution vendor for testing.  ...  For example, this whole layer can be emulated through cheap hardware devices such as Arduino, as described in our previous work in Schvarcbacher and Rossi [22] , providing the benefits of a quick set-up  ... 
doi:10.3390/app8112278 fatcat:lhdm4xgtfre4dn6iv7stlmiz64

Investigating Severity Thresholds for Test Smells

Davide Spadini, Martin Schvarcbacher, Ana-Maria Oprescu, Magiel Bruntink, Alberto Bacchelli
2020 Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories  
Test smells are poor design decisions implemented in test code, which can have an impact on the effectiveness and maintainability of unit tests. Even though test smell detection tools exist, how to rank the severity of the detected smells is an open research topic. In this work, we aim at investigating the severity rating for four test smells and investigate their perceived impact on test suite maintainability by the developers. To accomplish this, we first analyzed some 1,500 open-source
more » ... ts to elicit severity thresholds for commonly found test smells. Then, we conducted a study with developers to evaluate our thresholds. We found that (1) current detection rules for certain test smells are considered as too strict by the developers and (2) our newly defined severity thresholds are in line with the participants' perception of how test smells have an impact on the maintainability of a test suite. Preprint [https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3744281], data and material [https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3611111].
doi:10.1145/3379597.3387453 dblp:conf/msr/SpadiniSOBB20 fatcat:hkkbcyc5nzhczjhezuxwbzixua

Investigating Developer Perception on Test Smells Using Better Code Hub

Martin Schvarcbacher, Davide Spadini, Magiel Bruntink, Ana Oprescu
2019 Seminar on Advanced Techniques and Tools for Software Evolution  
Test smells can be found in test code using a variety of tools. In this paper, we present our integration of a test smell detection tool into Better Code Hub (BCH), an online environment for monitoring code quality and identifying problems in it. We extended BCH with test smell detection and observe how developers react to various instances of test smells. By integrating this detection into BCH, we gain access to a wide range of developers working on both open-source and commercial projects
more » ... g their own code. We study whether developers consider these test smells important and what they do with them in future code changes. From our preliminary results, we found out a high test smell detection accuracy for most test smells; however, developers are only willing to remove a small portion of them.
dblp:conf/sattose/SchvarcbacherSB19 fatcat:tenr7jorerethnnz6vhqjtf3qu

Investigating Severity Thresholds for Test Smells

Davide Spadini, Martin Schvarcbacher, Ana-Maria Oprescu, Magiel Bruntink, Alberto Bacchelli
2020
Schvarcbacher, Ana-Maria Oprescu, Magiel Bruntink, and Alberto Bacchelli Test Smell Responses Very Low Low Medium High Very High Assertion Roulette 47 17.0% 27.7% 38.3% 14.9% 2.1% Conditional Test Logic  ...  Ignored Test 10 20.00% 50.00% 30.00% General Fixture 20 20.00% 40.00% 40.00% Table 7 : 7 Impact ratings on test suite maintainability '20, October 5-6, 2020, Seoul, Republic of Korea Davide Spadini, Martin  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-193669 fatcat:gtn24h2n7zhzdnxsl42v3i2zui

Supporting Quality In Test Code For Higher Quality Software Systems

Davide Spadini
2021 Zenodo  
. • Chapter 4 was published in the paper "Investigating Severity Thresholds for Test Smells" by Davide Spadini, Martin Schvarcbacher, Ana-Maria Oprescu, Magiel Bruntink, and Alberto Bacchelli at International  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4600817 fatcat:5j26gy2wzjfljkij6vkq2wkvd4