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Paper accepted into D1 Journal

Dec 22, 2021

As the last piece of good news for this year, a paper titled “DONS: Dynamic optimized neighbor selection for smart blockchain networks”, authored by Hamza Baniata, Ahmad Anaqreh, and Attila Kertész has been accepted into the D1 (top 10%) ranked journal Future Generation Computer Systems.

Page last modified: December 22, 2021

IoT, Sensor, Communications seminar - Modelling IoT applications in cloud and fog simulation environments

Dec 9, 2021

A seminar titled “Modelling IoT applications in cloud and fog simulation environments” will be held online on December 15th from 16:00 – 17:00 as part of MILab’s IoT, Sensor, Telecommunications subproject’s online seminar series.

The speaker is Dr. Attila Kertész (Department of Software Engineering).

The lecture’s topic is summarized below:

Page last modified: December 9, 2021

Articles presented at ICCSA

Oct 4, 2021

Several students at our department have presented their newest articles at the 21st International Conference on Computer Science and Its Applications (ICCSA) conference held in September. Among the authors were Edit Pengő, Péter Gál, Yue Sun, Tamás Aladics, Zsolt János Szamosvölgyi, and Endre Tamás Váradi.

The following papers were presented:

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Article presented at SCAM

Sept 30, 2021

The article titled “Method Calls Frequency-Based Tie-Breaking Strategy For Software Fault Localization”, authored by Qusay Idrees Sarhan, Béla Vancsics, and Árpád Beszédes (Department of Software Engineering) was presented at this year’s SCAM conference.

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Article presented at SCAM

Sept 29, 2021

The article titled “CharmFL: A Fault Localization Tool for Python”, authored by Qusay Idrees Sarhan, Attila Szatmári, Rajmond Tóth and Árpád Beszédes (Department of Software Engineering) was presented at this year’s SCAM conference.

In the article, the researchers present a new tool called CharmFL, which is meant to aid the developers in the fault localization process for Python code.

Page last modified: September 29, 2021

SCAM Steering Committee Member

Sept 29, 2021

Dr. Árpád Beszédes (Department of Software Engineering) has been re-elected member of the Steering Committee of the Source Code Analysis and Manipulation (SCAM) conference.

The IEEE SCAM conference is a leading international conference that brings together researchers and practitioners who work on the analysis and/or manipulation of source code.

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Article published by MDPI

Sept 15, 2021

An article written by Biswajeeban Mishra, Biswaranjan Mishra, and Attila Kertész (Department of Software Engineering), titled “Stress-Testing MQTT Brokers: A Comparative Analysis of Performance Measurements” was recently published by the open-access publisher, MDPI.

Page last modified: September 15, 2021