James Cordy and Former PhD Student Chanchal Roy Win Most Influential Paper Award at SANER 2018

Congratulations to Prof. James Cordy and his former PhD student Prof. Chanchal Roy of the University of Saskatchewan, on winning the ten-year Most Influential Paper award at SANER 2018 this week in Campobasso, Italy.

SANER 2018, the 25th IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution and Reengineering, is the premier international conference on the theory and practice of recovering information from existing software and systems.

Their WCRE 2008 research paper, “An empirical study of function clones in open source software” was chosen from among all those published at WCRE 2008 and CSMR 2008 for its lasting impact on research over the past decade, and was cited “For influencing future studies in software cloning through the development of an extensive benchmark dataset”.

Congrats Jim & Chanchal!

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