From Maisqual Wiki
Maisqual stands for Maisqual Automagically Improves Software QUALity.
Maisqual is the underlying project of a PhD about "Automatic Improvement of Software Development Quality".
As such, this site is published as a reference for metrics, tools, articles and papers related to this subject. There are already 1,520 articles in the wiki, divided into the following categories:
- Category:Maisqual Projects gathering information and csv of metrics for the projects been analysed (4 articles).
- Category:Glossary referencing a common knowledge basis for words and semantics (422 articles).
- Category:Metrics for everything related to software measurement: code and development process (20 articles).
- Category:Standards referencing standards about software engineering (94 articles).
- Category:Papers for all research papers and articles related to these subjects (26 articles).
- Category:Books references books relating to these subjects (5 articles).
You can learn more about the maisqual project on the About Maisqual page.
- 2014.02.27 The new version (v3.0) of the Ant weekly data set has been published. Check it here: Maisqual Projects/Ant
- 2014.01.28 We presented a poster at EGC (Extraction et Gestion de Connaissance) 2014. Check it here: EGC 2014.
- 2013.06.05 We gave a talk at EclipseCon 2013. Check it here: Software Quality the Eclipse way and beyond.
- 2013.05.15 The Eclipse page has been started to support work on the quality model and definition for Polarsys and Eclipse.
- 2013.02.10 The Ant data set is ready! Check the Ant data set page.
- 2012.11 We gave a talk at the International Conference on Software & Systems Engineering and their Applications (ICSSEA) 2012 Call for Papers. Check it here: ICSSEA2012.
Who is behind Maisqual
The Maisqual project is a collaboration between Squoring Technologies, the company publishing the SQuORE quality analyser, and the Sequel team at INRIA Lille. One strong wish is to bring together industry and scholar worlds to get the better of both, in an innovative and pragmatic work.
Boris Baldassari is the PhD student.