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i need a few research topics in software engineering ?

it can be related to applications , grid computing, or any thing else
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by:aadih
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Here are two:

(1) Programs that fix themselves, and

(2) Programs that test themselves.
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by:micky2013
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can you be more specific , if I choose programs that fix themselves
what the exact topic you advise me to search in (much deeper)
topic with a lot of references available
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by:micky2013
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I think  - programs that test them selves is much better ,

The AutoTest framework automates the software testing process by relying on programs that contain the instruments of their own verification, in the form of con-tract-oriented specifications of classes and their individual routines.

be more specific if you can ?
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To get some ideas for self-repairing programs, please refer to:

https://www.dagstuhl.de/en/program/calendar/semhp/?semnr=11062 > and

for self-testing programs, refer to:

http://booksite.elsevier.com/9780123739735/casestudies/Chapter_11_SBST_slides_110407.pdf >

After perusing the above two documents, you'll have a much better view of the suggested research topics.
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by:micky2013
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A survey on Preventing Failure of the Healing Mechanism
in Self-Healing Systems

what you think ? looks good
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by:aadih
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Yes. Good topic. Can you get enough data to make your research statistically sufficient?
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by:micky2013
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can you please illustrate or talk more about at which point I have to do static analysis?
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by:aadih
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Let's say: Do you have enough material for your research project?

Go ahead with your project.
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by:micky2013
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thanks , you were very helpfull
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No. You are a good receiver. :-)
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