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October 7, 2016

Lopes, grad students win Best Paper Award at ICSME 2016

Informatics Professor Crista Lopes and two of her graduate students, Vaibhav Saini and Hitesh Sajnani, just won the Best Paper Award at the IEEE 32nd International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (ICSME 2016) for their paper, “Comparing Quality Metrics for Cloned and Non-Cloned Java Methods: A Large Scale Empirical Study.”

Congratulations to Lopes, Saini and Sajnani, keep up the good work!


Lopes, grad students win Best Paper Award at ICSME 2016


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