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Dr. Peng Liang

lecturer

  • room number: 576 (Bernoulliborg, building 5161)
  • phone numbers
      domestic:    (050) 363-7480
international:    +31-50-363-7480
  • e-mail: liangp whu.edu.cn
  • personal page: N/A

Research

Teaching

  • Orientation of Software Engineering (BSc period 2.1)
  • Software Requirements Engineering (BSc period 3.1)
  • Student Colloquium (MSc period 4.1) Reviewer
  • Software Architecture (MSc period 4.1) Primary Coach

Peng's Recent Publications

(For more publications go to Peng's publications page.)

Chen Yang, Peng Liang, and Paris Avgeriou. Assumptions and Their Management in Software Development: A Systematic Mapping Study. Information and Software Technology, 94(2):82–110, 2018.   doi
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Can Cheng, Bing Li, Zengyang Li, and Peng Liang. Automatic Detection of Public Development Projects in Large Open Source Ecosystems: An Exploratory Study on GitHub. In Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE). Knowledge Systems Institute, pages 193–198, 2018.   doi
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Di Zhang, Bing Li, Zengyang Li, and Peng Liang. A Preliminary Investigation of Self-Admitted Refactorings in Open Source Software. In Proceedings of the 30th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE). Knowledge Systems Institute, pages 165–168, 2018.   doi
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Yongrui Xu, Peng Liang, and Muhammad Ali Babar. Automatically Exploiting Implicit Design Knowledge When Solving the Class Responsibility Assignment Problem. In Proceedings of the 25th IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering (SANER). IEEE, pages 197–208, 2018.   doi
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Tingting Bi, Peng Liang, Antony Tang, and Chen Yang. A Systematic Mapping Study on Text Analysis Techniques in Software Architecture. Journal of Systems and Software, 144(10):533–558, 2018.   doi
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Chen Yang, Peng Liang, and Paris Avgeriou. Evaluation of a Process for Architectural Assumption Management in Software Development. Science of Computer Programming, 168(12):38–70, 2018.   doi
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Tianlu Wang, Peng Liang, and Mengmeng Lu. What Aspects do Non-functional Requirements in App User Reviews Describe?: An Exploratory and Comparative Study. In Proceedings of the 25th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC). IEEE, pages 494–503, 2018.   doi
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Tingting Bi, Peng Liang, and Antony Tang. Architecture Patterns, Quality Attributes, and Design Contexts: How Developers Design with Them? In Proceedings of the 25th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC). IEEE, pages 49–58, 2018.   doi
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Zhuang Xiong, Peng Liang, Chen Yang, and Tianqing Liu. Assumptions in OSS Development: An Exploratory Study through the Hibernate Developer Mailing List. In Proceedings of the 25th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC). IEEE, pages 455–464, 2018.   doi
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Chong Wang, Fan Zhang, Peng Liang, Maya Daneva, and Marten van Sinderen. Can App Changelogs Improve Requirements Classification from App Reviews?: An Exploratory Study. In Proceedings of the 12th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM). ACM, Article No. 43, 2018.   doi
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