Csaba Nagy
Csaba Nagy
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FaultBuster: An automatic code smell refactoring toolset
G Szőke, C Nagy, LJ Fülöp, R Ferenc, T Gyimóthy
2015 IEEE 15th International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and …, 2015
262015
Bulk Fixing Coding Issues and Its Effects on Software Quality: Is It Worth Refactoring?
G Szoke, G Antal, C Nagy, R Ferenc, T Gyimóthy
Proceedings of the 2014 14th IEEE International Working Conference on Source …, 2014
262014
Static Analysis of Dynamic Database Usage in Java Systems
L Meurice, C Nagy, A Cleve
International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 491-506, 2016
222016
Empirical study on refactoring large-scale industrial systems and its effects on maintainability
G Szőke, G Antal, C Nagy, R Ferenc, T Gyimóthy
Journal of Systems and Software 129, 107-126, 2017
212017
Where was this SQL query executed? a static concept location approach
C Nagy, L Meurice, A Cleve
2015 IEEE 22nd International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and …, 2015
212015
Static security analysis based on input-related software faults
C Nagy, S Mancoridis
2009 13th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering, 37-46, 2009
202009
Solutions for reverse engineering 4GL applications, recovering the design of a logistical wholesale system
C Nagy, L Vidács, R Ferenc, T Gyimóthy, F Kocsis, I Kovács
2011 15th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering, 343-346, 2011
182011
Software documentation issues unveiled
E Aghajani, C Nagy, OL Vega-Márquez, M Linares-Vásquez, L Moreno, ...
2019 IEEE/ACM 41st International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE …, 2019
142019
A static code smell detector for SQL queries embedded in Java code
C Nagy, A Cleve
2017 IEEE 17th International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and …, 2017
132017
Detecting and preventing program inconsistencies under database schema evolution
L Meurice, C Nagy, A Cleve
2016 IEEE International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability and …, 2016
132016
Do automatic refactorings improve maintainability? An industrial case study
G Szőke, C Nagy, P Hegedűs, R Ferenc, T Gyimóthy
2015 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution …, 2015
132015
MAGISTER: Quality assurance of Magic applications for software developers and end users
C Nagy, L Vidács, R Ferenc, T Gyimóthy, F Kocsis, I Kovacs
Software Maintenance (ICSM), 2010 IEEE International Conference on, 1-6, 2010
132010
A case study of refactoring large-scale industrial systems to efficiently improve source code quality
G Szőke, C Nagy, R Ferenc, T Gyimóthy
International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications, 524-540, 2014
122014
Complexity measures in 4GL environment
C Nagy, L Vidács, R Ferenc, T Gyimóthy, F Kocsis, I Kovács
International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications, 293-309, 2011
112011
Mining Stack Overflow for discovering error patterns in SQL queries
C Nagy, A Cleve
2015 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution …, 2015
102015
A large-scale empirical study on code-comment inconsistencies
F Wen, C Nagy, G Bavota, M Lanza
2019 IEEE/ACM 27th International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC …, 2019
92019
Designing and developing automated refactoring transformations: An experience report
G Szoke, C Nagy, R Ferenc, T Gyimóthy
2016 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and …, 2016
82016
Static analysis of data-intensive applications
C Nagy
2013 17th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering, 435-438, 2013
72013
A True Story of Refactoring a Large Oracle PL/SQL Banking System
C Nagy, R Ferenc, T Bakota
Industrial Track of the 8th joint meeting of the European Software …, 2011
72011
Towards a safe method for computing dependencies in database-intensive systems
C Nagy, J Pantos, T Gergely, A Beszedes
Software Maintenance and Reengineering (CSMR), 2010 14th European Conference …, 2010
72010
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