Research

Diver is Research

One of the reasons that Diver is free for your use is that it is a research project of the Computer Human Interaction Software Engineering Lab (CHISEL) at the University of Victoria. It is used for partial fulfilment of the M.Sc. work for Master’s student Del Myers.

But don’t let the fact that this is a research project scare you. Years of research and development have already gone into this project, and we try to make it of the highest quality. CHISEL is dedicated to researching how to build software that works well for people, and we apply the lessons that we learn. But, if you find any problems, or if you would like to see more features, don’t hesitate to file an issue using Issues

Related Publications

Using Dynamic Analysis to Create Trace-Focused User Interfaces for IDEs Del Myers, Margaret-Anne Storey, “Using Dynamic Analysis to Create Trace-Focused User Interfaces for IDEs”, Foundations of Software Engineering (FSE), 2010

Utilizing debug information to compact loops in large execution traces Del Myers, Margaret-Anne Storey, Martin Salois, P. Charland, “Utilizing debug information to compact loops in large execution traces”, European Conference on Software Maintenance and Re-engineering (CSMR), 2010

A survey and evaluation of tool features for understanding reverse-engineered sequence diagramsBennet, C., D. Myers, M.-A. Storey, D.M. German, D. Ouellet, M. Salois, P. Charland, “A survey and evaluation of tool features for understanding reverse-engineered sequence diagrams,” J. Softw. Maint. Evol. 20, 4 (Jul. 2008), 291-315.

Working with ‘monster’ traces: Building a scalable, usable, sequence viewer. Bennet, C. D. Myers, M.-A. Storey, D. German ” Working with ‘monster’ traces: Building a scalable, usable, sequence viewer.” in Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Program Comprehension Through Dynamic Analysis (PCODA). Technical Report TUD-SERG-2007-022. Delft University of Technology: Vancouver, Canada, 2007; 1-5.

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