Java Diagnosis Experiments Project

The Java Diagnosis Experiments

The JADE project dealt with the automatic localization of source code bugs in Java programs. This task was supported by extensive theoretical research activities, which provided the basis for numerous publications by the members of the project team. The practical outcome of the project is the JADE prototype debugging environment, which makes it possible to automatically limit the amount of suspect code in Java programs and in a second step unambiguously locate faults in an interactive and iterative debugging process. The approaches chosen within JADE scored satisfying results and turned out to be promising for future research activities.

This project has been funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) under grant P12344-INF.

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