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DARINO: Developer's Awareness of Relevant Information

English title DARINO: Developer's Awareness of Relevant Information
Applicant Fritz Thomas
Number 150050
Funding scheme Project funding (Div. I-III)
Research institution Institut für Informatik Universität Zürich
Institution of higher education University of Zurich - ZH
Main discipline Information Technology
Start/End 01.01.2014 - 30.04.2018
Approved amount 437'301.00
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Keywords (8)

software quality; collective team memory; awareness; human-centric; context; code navigation; information need; change task

Lay Summary (German)

Lead
Software wird heutzutage in kurzen Produktzyklen und mit weltweit verteilten Teams entwickelt. Um eine hohe Qualität der Software zu gewährleisten und Kosten zu minimieren, müssen sich Entwickler kontinuierlich auf dem Laufenden halten, wissen wer was ändert und wie diese Änderungen die eigene Arbeit beeinflussen können. Insbesondere in einer Zeit mit exponentiellem Informationswachstums ist es für Entwickler sehr schwierig die relevante Information zu finden und sich derer immer bewusst sein.
Lay summary

In unserem Projekt untersuchen wir die Informationsbedürfnisse von Software Entwicklern und wie wir Software Entwickler am Besten unterstützen können. Dabei fokussieren wir uns in dem Projekt auf die Information die benötigt wird um Änderungsaufgaben (change tasks) in einem Projekt durchzuführen. Insbesondere werden wir analysieren (a) wie Entwickler durch Source Code und andere Informationsartefakte navigieren, (b) wie sie entscheiden welche Teile der Information relevant sind, (c) wie man diese Information in einer kondensierten und auf die Bedürfnisse des Entwicklers zugeschnittenen Form zur Verfügung stellen kann um dann auch die Suche nach Code zu verbessern. Mit einem besseren Verständnis für diese Aspekte können wir die die Qualität der Änderungen von Software Entwicklern verbessern und dadurch auch die allgemeine Qualität der erstellten Software.  

Für unser Projekt und die empirischen Studien werden wir mit professionellen und internationalen Software Entwicklungsteams zusammenarbeiten, insbesondere auch mit Andrew Begel von Microsoft Research und David Shepherd und Dhaval Vyas von ABB.

Direct link to Lay Summary Last update: 10.12.2013

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Employees

Publications

Publication
Sensing and Supporting Software Developer's Focus
Züger Manuela, Fritz Thomas (2018), Sensing and Supporting Software Developer's Focus, in Proc. of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2018 (CHI'18), ACM, New York.
Sensing Interruptibility in the Office: A Field Study on the Use of Biometric and Computer Interaction Sensors
Züger Manuela, Müller Sebastian, Meyer Andr�, Fritz Thomas (2018), Sensing Interruptibility in the Office: A Field Study on the Use of Biometric and Computer Interaction Sensors, in Proc. of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2018 (CHI'18), ACM, New York, NY, USA.
Characterizing Experimentation in Continuous Deployment: a Case Study on Bing
Kevic Katja, Murphy Brendan, Williams Laurie, Beckmann Jennifer (2017), Characterizing Experimentation in Continuous Deployment: a Case Study on Bing, in Proc. of the International Conference on Software Engineering, Software Engineering in Practice 2017, ACM, New York, NY, USA.
Reducing Interruptions at Work: A Large-Scale Field Study of FlowLight
Züger Manuela, Corley Christopher, Meyer Andr�, Li Boyang, Fritz Thomas, Shepherd David, Augustine Vinay, Francis Patrick, Kraft Nicholas, Snipes Will (2017), Reducing Interruptions at Work: A Large-Scale Field Study of FlowLight, in Proc. of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2017 (CHI'17), 61-72, ACM, New York, NY, USA61-72.
Towards Activity-Aware Tool Support for Change Tasks
Kevic Katja, Fritz Thomas (2017), Towards Activity-Aware Tool Support for Change Tasks, in Proc. of the IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution 2017 (ICSME'17), 171-182, IEEE, New York, NY, USA171-182.
Eye gaze and interaction contexts for change tasks -- Observations and potential
Kevic K., Walters B.M., Shaffer T.R., Sharif B., Shepherd D.C., Fritz T. (2016), Eye gaze and interaction contexts for change tasks -- Observations and potential, in Journal of Systems and Software, 252-266.
Leaders of Tomorrow on the Future of Software Engineering: A Roundtable
Hermans F., Siegmund J., Fritz T., Bavota G., Nagappan M., Hindle A., Kamei Y., Mesbah A., Adams B. (2016), Leaders of Tomorrow on the Future of Software Engineering: A Roundtable, in IEEE Software, 33(2), 99-104.
Leveraging Biometric Data to Boost Software Developer Productivity
Fritz Thomas, Müller Sebastian C (2016), Leveraging Biometric Data to Boost Software Developer Productivity, in Leaders of Tomorrow Track at IEEE 23rd International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and, 5, 66-77, IEEE, New York, NY, USA 5, 66-77.
Recognizing Relevant Code Elements During Change Task Navigation
Kevic Katja (2016), Recognizing Relevant Code Elements During Change Task Navigation, in Doctoral Symposium at the International Conference on Software Engineering (Companion) 2016, 851-854, ACM, New York, NY, USA851-854.
Using (Bio)Metrics to predict code quality online
Müller Sebastian C, Fritz Thomas (2016), Using (Bio)Metrics to predict code quality online, in Proc. of the International Conference on Software Engineering 2016 (ICSE'16), 452-463, ACM, New York, NY, USA452-463.
A field study on fostering structural navigation with prodet
Augustine Vinay, Francis Patrick, Qu Xiao, Shepherd David, Snipes Will, Bräunlich Christoph, Fritz Thomas (2015), A field study on fostering structural navigation with prodet, in Proc. of ICSE Software Engineering in Practice 2015, 229-238, ACM and IEEE, New York, NY, USA229-238.
A Practical Guide to Analyzing IDE Usage Data
Snipes Will, Murphy-Hill Emerson, Fritz Thomas, Vakilian Mohsen, Damevski Kostadin, Nair Anil R., Shepherd David (2015), A Practical Guide to Analyzing IDE Usage Data, in Thomas Zimmermann , Menzies Tim (ed.), Morgan Kaufmann, Burlington, Massachusetts, USA, 85-138.
Interruptibility of Software Developers and Its Prediction Using Psycho-Physiological Sensors
Züger Manuela, Fritz Thomas (2015), Interruptibility of Software Developers and Its Prediction Using Psycho-Physiological Sensors, in Proc. of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2015 (CHI'15), 2981-2990, ACM, New York, NY, USA2981-2990.
iTrace: enabling eye tracking on software artifacts within the IDE to support software engineering tasks
Shaffer Timothy R, Wise Jenna, Walters Braden M, Müller Sebastian, Falcone Michael, Sharif Bonita (2015), iTrace: enabling eye tracking on software artifacts within the IDE to support software engineering tasks, in Tool Demonstration at ESEC/FSE'15, 945-957, ACM, New York, NY, USA945-957.
Software Mining Studies: Goals, Approaches, Artifacts, and Replicability
Amann Sven, Beyer Stefanie, Kevic Katja, Gall Harald (2015), Software Mining Studies: Goals, Approaches, Artifacts, and Replicability, Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, USA, 121-158.
Stuck and frustrated or in flow and happy: Sensing developers? emotions and progress
Müller Sebastian C, Fritz Thomas (2015), Stuck and frustrated or in flow and happy: Sensing developers? emotions and progress, in Proc. of the International Conference on Software Engineering 2015 (ICSE'15), 688-699, IEEE, New York, NY, USA688-699.
The Making of Cloud Applications: An Empirical Study on Software Development for the Cloud
Cito Jürgen, Leitner Philipp, Fritz Thomas, Gall Harald C. (2015), The Making of Cloud Applications: An Empirical Study on Software Development for the Cloud, in Proc. of the joint meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Sympo, 393-403, ACM, New York, NY, USA393-403.
Tracing Software Developers' Eyes and Interactions for Change Tasks
Kevic Katja, Walters Braden M., Shaffer Timothy R., Sharif Bonita, Shepherd David C., Fritz Thomas (2015), Tracing Software Developers' Eyes and Interactions for Change Tasks, in Proc. of the joint meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Sympo, 202-213, ACM, New York, NY, USA202-213.
A dictionary to translate change tasks to source code
Kevic Katja, Fritz Thomas (2014), A dictionary to translate change tasks to source code, in Proc. of the ACM Working Conf. on Mining Software Repositories 2014 (MSR'14), 320-323, ACM, New York, NY, USA320-323.
Automatic search term identification for change tasks.
Kevic Katja, Fritz Thomas (2014), Automatic search term identification for change tasks., in Proc. of ICSE'14 New Ideas and Emerging Results Track, 468-471, ACM, New York, NY, USA468-471.
Bug Reproduction: A Collaborative Practice within Software Maintenance Activities
Vyas Dhaval, Fritz Thomas, Shepherd David (2014), Bug Reproduction: A Collaborative Practice within Software Maintenance Activities, in Proc. of the Int'l Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems 2014 (COOP'14), 189-207, Springer, New York, NY, USA189-207.
CoMoGen: An Approach to Locate Relevant Task Context by Combining Search and Navigation
Kevic Katja, Fritz Thomas, Shepherd David C (2014), CoMoGen: An Approach to Locate Relevant Task Context by Combining Search and Navigation, in In Proc. of the IEEE Int'l Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution 2014 (ICSME'14), 61-70, IEEE, New York, NY, USA61-70.
Developers' code context models for change tasks
Fritz Thomas, Sheperd David C, Kevic Katja, Snipes Will, Braeunlich Christoph (2014), Developers' code context models for change tasks, in Proc. of the ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering 2014 (FS, 7-18, ACM, New York, NY, USA7-18.
Persuasive Technology in the Real World: A Study of Long-Term Use of Activity Sensing Devices for Fitness
Fritz Thomas, Huang Elaine M, Murphy Gail C, Zimmermann Thomas (2014), Persuasive Technology in the Real World: A Study of Long-Term Use of Activity Sensing Devices for Fitness, in Proc. of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2014 (CHI'14), 487-496, ACM, New York, NY, USA487-496.
Towards Developer- and task-tailored navigation models
Kevic Katja, Fritz Thomas (2014), Towards Developer- and task-tailored navigation models, in 1st International Workshop on Context in Software Development, IEEE, Shanghai.
Using psycho-physiological measures to assess task difficulty in software development.
Fritz Thomas, Begel Andrew, Müller Sebastian C, Yigit-Elliott Serap, Züger Manuela (2014), Using psycho-physiological measures to assess task difficulty in software development., in Proc. of ICSE'14, 402-413, ACM, New York, NY, USA402-413.

Collaboration

Group / person Country
Types of collaboration
ABB Research United States of America (North America)
- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results
- Publication
- Exchange of personnel
- Industry/business/other use-inspired collaboration
ABB Canada (North America)
- Industry/business/other use-inspired collaboration
Software Engineering, Institut fuer Informatik, Universitaet Zuerich Switzerland (Europe)
- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results
- Publication
- Research Infrastructure
- Exchange of personnel
Bison Switzerland (Europe)
- Industry/business/other use-inspired collaboration
BSI Business Systems Integration AG Switzerland (Europe)
- Industry/business/other use-inspired collaboration
ABB Switzerland (Europe)
- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results
- Industry/business/other use-inspired collaboration
Microsoft Research Redmond United States of America (North America)
- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results
- Publication
- Research Infrastructure
Tasktop Canada (North America)
- Industry/business/other use-inspired collaboration
adesso Switzerland (Europe)
- Industry/business/other use-inspired collaboration
Schindler Switzerland (Europe)
- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results
- Industry/business/other use-inspired collaboration
iQmetrix Canada (North America)
- Industry/business/other use-inspired collaboration
ABB India (Asia)
- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results
- Publication
- Industry/business/other use-inspired collaboration

Scientific events

Active participation

Title Type of contribution Title of article or contribution Date Place Persons involved
IEEE/ACM International Conference on Program Comprehension 2018 Talk given at a conference Sensing and Supporting Software Developer’s Focus 27.05.2018 Gothenburg, Sweden Fritz Thomas; Züger Manuale;
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2018 Talk given at a conference Sensing Interruptibility in the Office: A Field Study on the Use of Biometric and Computer Interaction Sensors 23.04.2018 Montreal, Canada Züger Manuale; Fritz Thomas;
SPLASH-i at ACM SIGPLAN conference on Systems, Programming, Languages and Applications: Software for Humanity (SPLASH) Talk given at a conference Reducing Interruptions at Work with the FlowLight 26.10.2017 Vancouver, Canada Fritz Thomas;
IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution 2017 Talk given at a conference Towards Activity-Aware Tool Support for Change Tasks 17.09.2017 Shanghai, China Kevic Katja; Fritz Thomas;
International Conference on Software Engineering, Software Engineering in Practice 2017 Talk given at a conference Characterizing Experimentation in Continuous Deployment: a Case Study on Bing 22.05.2017 Buenos Aires, Argentina Kevic Katja;
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2017 Talk given at a conference Reducing Interruptions at Work: A Large-Scale Field Study of FlowLight 24.04.2017 Denver, United States of America Züger Manuale; Fritz Thomas;
International Conference on Software Engineering 2016 Talk given at a conference Using (Bio)Metrics to predict code quality online 16.05.2016 Austin, United States of America Fritz Thomas;
Doctoral Symposium at the International Conference on Software Engineering Talk given at a conference Recognizing Relevant Code Elements During Change Task Navigation 15.05.2016 Austin, United States of America Kevic Katja;
Leaders of Tomorrow Track at IEEE 23rd International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering (SANER) 2016 Talk given at a conference Leveraging Biometric Data to Boost Software Developer Productivity 14.03.2016 Osaka, Japan Züger Manuale; Fritz Thomas;
Joint meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering 2015 Talk given at a conference Tracing Software Developers' Eyes and Interactions for Change Tasks 30.08.2015 Bergamo, Italy Kevic Katja; Fritz Thomas;
Demo Track at Joint meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering 2015 Talk given at a conference iTrace: enabling eye tracking on software artifacts within the IDE to support software engineering tasks 30.08.2015 Bergamo, Italy Fritz Thomas;
Joint meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering 2015 Talk given at a conference The Making of Cloud Applications: An Empirical Study on Software Development for the Cloud 30.08.2015 Bergamo, Italy Fritz Thomas;
International Conference on Software Engineering 2015 Talk given at a conference Stuck and frustrated or in flow and happy: Sensing developers? emotions and progress 16.05.2015 Florenz, Italy Fritz Thomas;
International Conference on Software Engineering, Software Engineering in Practice 2015 Talk given at a conference A field study on fostering structural navigation with prodet 16.05.2015 Florenz, Italy Fritz Thomas;
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2015 Talk given at a conference Interruptibility of Software Developers and Its Prediction Using Psycho-Physiological Sensors 18.04.2015 Seoul, Korean Republic (South Korea) Züger Manuale; Fritz Thomas;
IEEE Int'l Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution 2014 Talk given at a conference CoMoGen: An Approach to Locate Relevant Task Context by Combining Search and Navigation 29.09.2014 Victoria, Canada Kevic Katja; Fritz Thomas;
ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering 2014 Talk given at a conference Developers' code context models for change tasks 30.08.2014 Bergamo, Italy Fritz Thomas; Kevic Katja;
ACM Working Conf. on Mining Software Repositories 2014 Talk given at a conference A dictionary to translate change tasks to source code 01.07.2014 Hyderabad, India Kevic Katja; Fritz Thomas;
Invited Talk Individual talk The Quantified Software Developer 01.07.2014 Victoria, Canada Fritz Thomas;
International Conference on Software Engineering 2014 Talk given at a conference Using psycho-physiological measures to assess task difficulty in software development 02.06.2014 Hyderabad, India Fritz Thomas;
New Ideas and Emerging Results Track at International Conference on Software Engineering 2014 Talk given at a conference Automatic search term identification for change tasks 02.06.2014 Hyderabad, India Fritz Thomas; Kevic Katja;
1st International Workshop on Context in Software Development at ICSE 2014 Talk given at a conference Towards Developer- and task-tailored navigation models 31.05.2014 Hyderabad, India Kevic Katja; Fritz Thomas;
Int'l Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems 2014 Talk given at a conference Bug Reproduction: A Collaborative Practice within Software Maintenance Activities 27.05.2014 Nice, France Fritz Thomas;
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2014 Talk given at a conference Persuasive Technology in the Real World: A Study of Long-Term Use of Activity Sensing Devices for Fitness 26.04.2014 Toronto, Canada Fritz Thomas;


Self-organised

Title Date Place

Knowledge transfer events

Active participation

Title Type of contribution Date Place Persons involved
Invited Talk at Microsoft Vancouver and ABB Richmond/Vancouver Talk 30.04.2018 Vancouver, Canada Fritz Thomas; Züger Manuale;
Invited Talk at ABB Talk 15.04.2018 Baden, Switzerland Züger Manuale; Fritz Thomas;
Invited Talk and Workshop with Logitech Talk 14.12.2017 Lausanne, Switzerland Fritz Thomas;
Invited Talk with Huawei Talk 01.06.2017 Vancouver, Canada Fritz Thomas;
Invited Talk on "Boosting developer productivity" Talk 04.11.2016 Redmond, United States of America Fritz Thomas;
Invited Talk at Adesso Talk 01.06.2016 Bern, Switzerland Kevic Katja;
Invited talk at Adesso Quarterly Meeting Talk 22.11.2015 Bern, Switzerland Fritz Thomas;
Invited talk on "Experiments with Software Developers" Talk 11.09.2015 Brüssel, Belgium Fritz Thomas;
Invited Talk at Tasktop Talk 01.03.2015 Vancouver, Canada Fritz Thomas;


Communication with the public

Communication Title Media Place Year
Media relations: radio, television Stoppsignal i kontorslandskapet Sverige Radio (Swedish Radio) International 2018
Media relations: print media, online media At work, lights that ward off interruptions The Wall Street Journal International 2017
Media relations: print media, online media Desk traffic lights show when you’re too busy for interruptions Honestly, I’m working New Scientist International 2017
Media relations: radio, television Do not disturb, my red light is on Radio Canada International International 2017
New media (web, blogs, podcasts, news feeds etc.) FlowLight: How a Traffic Light Reduces Interruptions at Work Eigener Blog mit weiteren Referenzen zu Medien die das FlowLight referenzieren German-speaking Switzerland 2017
Media relations: print media, online media FlowLight: UBC computer scientist creates traffic light for busy programmers Cantech Letter International 2017
Media relations: print media, online media Go ahead, interrupt my day The New Yorker International 2017
Media relations: print media, online media Honestly, I’m working The Times International 2017
Media relations: print media, online media How to prevent interruptions at work NBC News International 2017
Media relations: radio, television Interview on May 10th 2017 in The Newsroom BBC World Service International 2017
Media relations: print media, online media Light which glows red when workers are ‘in the zone’ invented to stop disturbances by colleagues The Telegraph International 2017
Media relations: print media, online media New, unique desk light lets you work without interruptions India Today International 2017
Media relations: radio, television Red light on desk means I?m on task: Vancouver invention stops work interruptions MetroNews Vancouver International 2017
Media relations: print media, online media Rote Ampel gegen sto rende Arbeitskollegen 20 Minuten German-speaking Switzerland 2017
Media relations: radio, television So funktioniert das Ampel-System fu rs Bu ro Radio Energy Zurich German-speaking Switzerland 2017
Media relations: print media, online media UN DISPOSITIF LUMINEUX POUR GÉRER LE TRAVAIL Le Matin du Soir Western Switzerland 2017

Awards

Title Year
Honorable Mention Award at CHI 2018 for paper on "Interruptibility in the Office: A Field Study on the Use of Biometric and Computer Interaction Sensors" 2018
Jahrespreis der Universität Zürich für Dissertation 2018
Honorable Mention Award at CHI 2017 for paper on "Reducing Interruptions at Work: A Large-Scale Field Study of FlowLight." 2017
Suma Cum Laude für Doktorarbeit 2017

Abstract

Since its beginning, the practice of software development has changed significantly. While a software system was originally built by a single company with developers in close proximity and in a single iteration, today’s systems reuse components from third parties, are developed in rapid release cycles and by teams distributed over the whole globe. Reusing already tested and working components can improve software quality as can shorter release cycles that provide faster user feedback. At the same time, this also means that a developer has to continuously deal with changes by others, both on and off the team. Knowing how to properly use third party components and what other developers on the team work on is important, since a lack of this knowledge can cause substantial costs and whole development teams to stall. Therefore, a developer has to continuously stay aware of activities of others that might affect her work.Finding and staying aware of the pieces of relevant information in a time of exponential information growth is difficult at best. This situation is especially true for software development given the ever increasing amount of information from third parties who provide components and within the context of globally distributed teams. In the absence of the relevant pieces of information, a developer’s changes can be incomplete and in turn lead to more erroneous code and a decrease in the overall software quality. This proposal addresses this problem: how can relevant pieces of information be identified and provided in the context of a developer’s work to improve the quality of the final software product.Current approaches to support developers in coping with the flood of information are centered around models of the artifacts, rather than the people who perform the work. For instance, a central model in a development environment is an abstract syntax tree of the source code being worked upon. These artifact-centric models focus on providing all information about artifacts rather than just the information needed. The result is that it is difficult for a developer to find just the few relevant pieces of information. By focusing on the developer and her particular information needs rather than the artifacts, we hypothesize that we can better support the developer in finding pieces of information relevant to her work.The broader vision of our research is a more human-centric software development: improving software quality by empirically studying how developers interact and deal with information, devising models and approaches based on these studies and evaluating the models’ effectiveness and impact on software quality. For this project, we are interested in honing in on the information needs related to change tasks and identifying how to provide easy access and awareness of the relevant project information to a developer. We believe that a better understanding of a developer’s information paths-how a developer navigates through information-and information needs are important for analyzing relevancy of information. Furthermore, we want to understand how we can best keep a developer aware of relevant pieces of information without being obtrusive. With a better understanding of these aspects, we can improve the quality of changes made by a developer and the software quality overall. In particular, this project consists of the following research tracks and contributions:T1: Code Navigation for Change Tasks. How do developers navigate through code relevant to a change task and how do they decide which pieces of code are relevant? We plan to identify and analyze patterns of code navigation, devise models to capture navigation paths and relevancy of code pieces for a developer, and analyze how these models can be used to support developers with code search and navigation for performing change tasks.T2: Condensed & Tailored Access to Collective Team Memory. Which information of the collective team memory is needed to understand a change task? Which information related to change tasks should developers be aware of in a project? We plan to devise models to capture the various kinds and pieces of information relevant to understand a change task, develop methods to aggregate and condense these pieces of information and develop an approach to provide project awareness to a developer without interrupting the developer.T3: Augmenting Code Search Results with Collective Team Memory. To support a developer in determining relevant code search results, we plan on augmenting existing search techniques with contextual information from the col- lective team memory. Rather than providing mere lists of search results, we will combine models and methods developed in track T1 and T2, to provide more relevant search results and a rationale from condensed information on the change tasks related to a search result.We will carry out the empirical studies in close connection with professional development teams at international sites, such as Microsoft in the United States and ABB in Switzerland, the United States and India. In particular, we will collaborate with Andrew Begel from Microsoft Research and David Shepherd and Dhaval Vyas from ABB.
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