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During software development, exceptions are by no means exceptional: Programmers repeatedly try and test their code to ensure that it works as expected. While doing so, runtime exceptions are raised, pointing out various issues, such as inappropriate usage of an API, convoluted code, as well as defects. Such failures result in stack traces, lists composed of the sequence of method invocations that led to the interruption of the program. Stack traces are useful to debug source code, and ifdoi:10.1109/saner.2015.7081823 dblp:conf/wcre/SassoML15 fatcat:4u5h447okbgu3gapululnu7ygu