Lin Tan mostly deals with Software, Software bug, Software quality, Source code and Java. Lin Tan has researched Software bug in several fields, including Machine learning, Concurrency, Feature extraction, Artificial intelligence and Software engineering. Her study in the fields of Component under the domain of Software engineering overlaps with other disciplines such as Security bug.
Her study in Software quality is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Data mining and Database. Her Source code research includes themes of Program analysis, Machine code, Docstring, Redundancy and Natural language. She focuses mostly in the field of Java, narrowing it down to matters related to Program comprehension and, in some cases, Android, Static program analysis and Software development.
Her main research concerns Software, Programming language, Software bug, Source code and Artificial intelligence. Her Software research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Software engineering, Data mining, Linux kernel and Code. Her studies in Software bug integrate themes in fields like Static analysis, Focus and Concurrency.
Her studies deal with areas such as Program analysis, Leverage, Docstring, Natural language and Machine translation as well as Source code. The concepts of her Artificial intelligence study are interwoven with issues in Machine learning and Pattern recognition. Her research investigates the link between Machine learning and topics such as Data modeling that cross with problems in Feature extraction.
Source code, Artificial intelligence, Syntax, Programming language and Machine translation are her primary areas of study. Her Source code research focuses on subjects like Software bug, which are linked to Data modeling, Feature extraction, Abstract syntax and Deep belief network. The Artificial intelligence study combines topics in areas such as Machine learning and Pattern recognition.
Her work on Program synthesis, Formal specification and Debugging as part of general Programming language study is frequently connected to Context, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her study with Software quality involves better knowledge in Software. Her work on Software system as part of general Software research is frequently linked to Literature survey, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Lin Tan focuses on Source code, Machine learning, Artificial intelligence, Deep learning and Natural language. Her work deals with themes such as Semantic feature and Machine translation, which intersect with Source code. She has included themes like Software bug, Abstract syntax, Deep belief network and Feature extraction in her Semantic feature study.
Her research in Machine translation intersects with topics in Ensemble learning, Convolutional neural network and Python. Her Natural language study incorporates themes from Program analysis, Classifier, Code, Information retrieval and Taxonomy. Her work often combines Task analysis and Data modeling studies.
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Automatically learning semantic features for defect prediction
Song Wang;Taiyue Liu;Lin Tan.
international conference on software engineering (2016)
Hibernator: helping disk arrays sleep through the winter
Qingbo Zhu;Zhifeng Chen;Lin Tan;Yuanyuan Zhou.
symposium on operating systems principles (2005)
A High Throughput String Matching Architecture for Intrusion Detection and Prevention
Lin Tan;Timothy Sherwood.
international symposium on computer architecture (2005)
Heterogeneous Defect Prediction
Jaechang Nam;Wei Fu;Sunghun Kim;Tim Menzies.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2018)
Have things changed now?: an empirical study of bug characteristics in modern open source software
Zhenmin Li;Lin Tan;Xuanhui Wang;Shan Lu.
Proceedings of the 1st workshop on Architectural and system support for improving software dependability (2006)
SherLog: error diagnosis by connecting clues from run-time logs
Ding Yuan;Haohui Mai;Weiwei Xiong;Lin Tan.
architectural support for programming languages and operating systems (2010)
AsDroid: detecting stealthy behaviors in Android applications by user interface and program behavior contradiction
Jianjun Huang;Xiangyu Zhang;Lin Tan;Peng Wang.
international conference on software engineering (2014)
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Lin Tan;Ding Yuan;Gopal Krishna;Yuanyuan Zhou.
symposium on operating systems principles (2007)
Personalized defect prediction
Tian Jiang;Lin Tan;Sunghun Kim.
automated software engineering (2013)
AutoComment: mining question and answer sites for automatic comment generation
Edmund Wong;Jinqiu Yang;Lin Tan.
automated software engineering (2013)
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