Her main research concerns Clone, Software system, Java, Cloning and Software. Her studies deal with areas such as Precision and recall and Benchmark as well as Clone. Her Software system research incorporates themes from Real-time computing, Linux kernel and Code refactoring.
Java is a subfield of Programming language that Chanchal K. Roy studies. Chanchal K. Roy interconnects Software maintenance, Data mining, Similarity, Artificial intelligence and Machine learning in the investigation of issues within Cloning. Her Software study combines topics in areas such as Recommender system, World Wide Web and Information retrieval.
Her primary areas of investigation include Software, Software system, Clone, Java and Information retrieval. Her Software research includes elements of World Wide Web, Software engineering, Process and Source code. Her Software system research focuses on Data mining and how it relates to Scalability.
Her work deals with themes such as Code refactoring, Software evolution, Precision and recall, Benchmark and Cloning, which intersect with Clone. Her work deals with themes such as Machine learning and Artificial intelligence, which intersect with Cloning. Her Java research is classified as research in Programming language.
Chanchal K. Roy focuses on Artificial intelligence, Chemical engineering, Software, Clone and Software system. Her Artificial intelligence research includes themes of Machine learning and Natural language processing. Chanchal K. Roy incorporates Software and Detector in her studies.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Software evolution, Software analysis pattern and Code refactoring. Her Software system study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Source code. Her biological study deals with issues like Java, which deal with fields such as Word embedding.
Her primary areas of investigation include Software, Chemical engineering, Information retrieval, Self-healing hydrogels and Polyacrylamide Hydrogel. Her Software research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Artificial intelligence and Source code. The Information retrieval study combines topics in areas such as Java and Word embedding.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Swelling, Acrylate and Acrylic acid in addition to Self-healing hydrogels. Her Software system research integrates issues from Theoretical computer science, Tracing, Code refactoring, Data science and Code smell. Her Software evolution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Codebase, Software maintenance, Computational biology and Code clone.
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Comparison and evaluation of code clone detection techniques and tools: A qualitative approach
Chanchal K. Roy;James R. Cordy;Rainer Koschke.
Science of Computer Programming (2009)
A Survey on Software Clone Detection Research
Chanchal Kumar Roy;James R. Cordy.
NICAD: Accurate Detection of Near-Miss Intentional Clones Using Flexible Pretty-Printing and Code Normalization
C.K. Roy;J.R. Cordy.
international conference on program comprehension (2008)
SourcererCC: scaling code clone detection to big-code
Hitesh Sajnani;Vaibhav Saini;Jeffrey Svajlenko;Chanchal K. Roy.
international conference on software engineering (2016)
The NiCad Clone Detector
James R. Cordy;Chanchal K. Roy.
international conference on program comprehension (2011)
A Mutation/Injection-Based Automatic Framework for Evaluating Code Clone Detection Tools
Chanchal K. Roy;James R. Cordy.
international conference on software testing, verification and validation workshops (2009)
Answering questions about unanswered questions of Stack Overflow
Muhammad Asaduzzaman;Ahmed Shah Mashiyat;Chanchal K. Roy;Kevin A. Schneider.
mining software repositories (2013)
The vision of software clone management: Past, present, and future (Keynote paper)
Chanchal K. Roy;Minhaz F. Zibran;Rainer Koschke.
conference on software maintenance and reengineering (2014)
Self-Healing Behaviors of Tough Polyampholyte Hydrogels
Abu Bin Ihsan;Tao Lin Sun;Takayuki Kurokawa;Sadia Nazneen Karobi.
An Empirical Study of Function Clones in Open Source Software
C.K. Roy;J.R. Cordy.
working conference on reverse engineering (2008)
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