* ICSE 2018 *
Sun 27 May - Sun 3 June 2018 Gothenburg, Sweden
Sun 27 May 2018 12:00 - 12:06 at J2 room - S2: Student Research Competition Madness Chair(s): Jamie Payton, Mirco Franzago

By considering the fast pace at which mobile applications need to evolve, Architectural Technical Debt results to be a crucial yet implicit factor of success. In this research we present an approach to automatically identify Architectural Technical Debt in Android applications. The approach takes advantage of architectural guidelines extraction and modeling, architecture reverse engineering, and compliance checking. As future work, we plan to fully automate the process and empirically evaluate it via large-scale experiments.

Sun 27 May
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12:00 - 12:30: S2: Student Research Competition MadnessMobileSoft at J2 room
Chair(s): Jamie Payton, Mirco FranzagoUniversity of L'Aquila, Italy
12:00 - 12:06
Research paper
Identifying Architectural Technical Debt in Android Applications through Compliance Checking
MobileSoft
Roberto VerdecchiaGran Sasso Science Institute, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Link to publication Pre-print
12:06 - 12:12
Research paper
Programming Support for Data Intensive Distributed Mobile Applications at the Edge
MobileSoft
Breno Dantas CruzVirginia Tech
12:12 - 12:18
Research paper
Classifying code comments in Java Mobile Applications
MobileSoft
Luca PascarellaDelft University of Technology
Pre-print
12:18 - 12:24
Research paper
Improving Android Permissions Models for Increased User Awareness and Security
MobileSoft
12:24 - 12:30
Research paper
Does Source Code Quality Reflect the Ratings of Apps?
MobileSoft
Gemma CatolinoUniversity of Salerno