I am a Ph.D. student at Northeastern University, under the supervision of Prof. Zhiliang Zhu and Prof. Hai Yu. From January 2018 to April 2018, I was a visiting scholar at the CASTLE Lab of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), under the supervision of Prof. Shing-Chi Cheung. My research interests are mainly in software refactoring, software testing, software reliability and complex network theory. I am greatly interested in analyzing the software system from its topological structure viewpoint. With the help of the abstract structural view, we can “navigate” the system and optimize the software testing or refactoring process. Using the static and dynamic characteristics of “software network”, we evaluate the complexity, risk factors, and reliability of system, and find the near-optimal solutions to software engineering problems.
1. Ying Wang, Hai Yu*, Zhiliang Zhu, Wei Zhang and Yuli Zhao. Automatic Software Refactoring via Weighted Clustering in Method-Level Networks[J], IEEE Transactions on software engineering, 2018, 44(3): 202-236.
"Journal first" invited talk at ESEC/FSE’17.
2. Ying Wang, Zhiliang Zhu*, Hai Yu and Bo Yang. Risk Analysis on Multi-granular Network for Software Integration Testing[J], IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, 2018, 65(8): 1059-1063.
3. Ying Wang, Ming Wen, Zhenwei Liu, Rongxin Wu, Rui Wang, Bo Yang, Hai Yu, Zhiliang Zhu* and Shing-Chi Cheung*. Do the Dependency Conflicts in My Project Matter?[C], In The ACM Joint European Software Engineering Conference and Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (ESEC/FSE 2018), Technical Research Paper, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, 4 Nov - 9 Nov 2018, To Appear. (Acceptance ratio 18.6%=55/295)