Wahab Hamou-Lhadj
Wahab Hamou-Lhadj
Professor of Computer/Software Engineering at Concordia University
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A survey of trace exploration tools and techniques
A Hamou-Lhadj, TC Lethbridge
Proceedings of the 2004 conference of the Centre for Advanced Studies on …, 2004
1912004
Summarizing the content of large traces to facilitate the understanding of the behaviour of a software system
A Hamou-Lhadj, T Lethbridge
14th IEEE International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC'06), 181-190, 2006
1792006
Recovering behavioral design models from execution traces
A Hamou-Lhadj, E Braun, D Amyot, T Lethbridge
Ninth European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering, 112-121, 2005
1102005
Compression techniques to simplify the analysis of large execution traces
A Hamou-Lhadj, TC Lethbridge
Proceedings 10th International Workshop on Program Comprehension, 159-168, 2002
852002
Taxonomy of intrusion risk assessment and response system
A Shameli-Sendi, M Cheriet, A Hamou-Lhadj
Computers & Security 45, 1-16, 2014
792014
A survey of model-driven testing techniques
M Mussa, S Ouchani, W Al Sammane, A Hamou-Lhadj
2009 Ninth International Conference on Quality Software, 167-172, 2009
672009
Software clustering using dynamic analysis and static dependencies
C Patel, A Hamou-Lhadj, J Rilling
2009 13th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering, 27-36, 2009
582009
A host-based anomaly detection approach by representing system calls as states of kernel modules
SS Murtaza, W Khreich, A Hamou-Lhadj, M Couture
In Proc. of the IEEE 24th International Symposium on Software Reliability …, 2013
542013
An anomaly detection system based on variable N-gram features and one-class SVM
W Khreich, B Khosravifar, A Hamou-Lhadj, C Talhi
Information and Software Technology 91, 186-197, 2017
522017
An approach for mapping features to code based on static and dynamic analysis
A Rohatgi, A Hamou-Lhadj, J Rilling
2008 16th IEEE International Conference on Program Comprehension, 236-241, 2008
502008
Operational-Log Analysis for Big-Data Systems: Challenges and Solutions
A Miranskyy, A Hamou-Lhadj, E Cialini, A Larsson
IEEE Software 37 (4), 486-508, 2011
49*2011
Techniques to simplify the analysis of execution traces for program comprehension
A Hamou-Lhadj
University of Ottawa (Canada), 2006
452006
Pattern recognition techniques applied to the abstraction of traces of inter-process communication
L Alawneh, A Hamou-Lhadj
2011 15th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering, 211-220, 2011
422011
An efficient algorithm for detecting patterns in traces of procedure calls
A Hamou-Lhadj, T Lethbridge
Proceedings of 1st International Workshop on Dynamic Analysis (WODA), 2003
362003
Mining trends and patterns of software vulnerabilities
SS Murtaza, W Khreich, A Hamou-Lhadj, AB Bener
Journal of Systems and Software 117, 218-228, 2016
352016
A novel approach based on gestalt psychology for abstracting the content of large execution traces for program comprehension
H Pirzadeh, A Hamou-Lhadj
2011 16th IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer …, 2011
352011
An approach for detecting execution phases of a system for the purpose of program comprehension
H Pirzadeh, A Agarwal, A Hamou-Lhadj
2010 Eighth ACIS International Conference on Software Engineering Research …, 2010
342010
Learning software engineering principles using open source software
J Nandigam, VN Gudivada, A Hamou-Lhadj
2008 38th Annual Frontiers in Education Conference, S3H-18-S3H-23, 2008
332008
Measuring various properties of execution traces to help build better trace analysis tools
A Hamou-Lhadj, TC Lethbridge
10th IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer …, 2005
332005
JCHARMING: A bug reproduction approach using crash traces and directed model checking
M Nayrolles, A Hamou-Lhadj, S Tahar, A Larsson
2015 IEEE 22nd International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and …, 2015
322015
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