ISSTA 2016 allowed authors of research papers to submit artifacts along with their papers. An artifact can be any kind of content related to a paper, e.g., detailed experimental data, complete experimental setup, test suites, or tools. The artifacts were reviewed by at least two members of a dedicated Artifact Evaluation Committee. The AEC reviewed an artifact with respect to the following criteria (if applicable):

  • How easy is it to use the provided artifact? (Easy to reuse)
  • Does the artifact allow one to reproduce the results stated in the paper? (Consistent)
  • What is the fraction of the results that can be reproduced? (Complete)
  • Does the artifact describe and demonstrate how to apply the presented method to a new input? (Well documented)

The following artifacts were approved by the Artifact Evaluation Commitee.

EagerMerge: An Optimistic Technique for Efficient Points-to Analysis
Sudhir Samrit and Rupesh Nasre
Energy-Aware Test-Suite Minimization for Android Apps
Reyhaneh Jabbarvand, Alireza Sadeghi, Hamid Bagheri and Sam Malek
Automatic Generation of Oracles for Exceptional Behaviors
Alberto Goffi, Alessandra Gorla, Michael D. Ernst and Mauro Pezzè
Toward Understanding Compiler Bugs in GCC and LLVM
Chengnian Sun, Vu Le, Qirun Zhang and Zhendong Su
Analyzing Test Completeness for Dynamic Languages
Christoffer Adamsen, Gianluca Mezzetti and Anders Møller
Efficient Flow Profiling for Detecting Performance Bugs
Rashmi Mudduluru and Murali Krishna Ramanathan
CSNIPPEX: Automated Synthesis of Compilable Code Snippets from Q&A Sites
Valerio Terragni, Yepang Liu and S.C. Cheung