DEPLOYING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

@inproceedings{Ebbah2002DEPLOYINGAI,
  title={DEPLOYING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING},
  author={Jonathan Onowakpo Goddey Ebbah},
  year={2002}
}
  • Jonathan Onowakpo Goddey Ebbah
  • Published 2002
There has been a recent surge in interest in the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques to Software Engineering (SE) problems. The work is typified by recent advances in Search Based Software Engineering, but also by long established work in Probabilistic reasoning and machine learning for Software Engineering. This paper explores some of the relationships between these strands of closely related work, arguing that they have much in common and sets out some future challenges in… CONTINUE READING

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