Wide variety of research and development projects in systems and software engineering is
going on at the Center for Systems and Software Engineering. The focused research areas include models, model integration and empirical methods which address issues in software
development, operation and maintenance. Please refer to the list of projects for details.
Research and development projects are performed by researchers and
students in collaboration with Affiliate members’ representatives.
In recent semesters, CodeCount and related projects have been taken by
teams of directed research students, CSCI577 students and industry
professionals – Mathy A Pandian and Michael Lee from Aerospace, Lori
Vaughan from Northrop Grumman and Jim Alstad from Boeing.
CodeCount team is currently working on the following projects:
Difftool: (1) enhance the current version of Difftool to count Ada and SQL source programs.
(2) Improve the performance to faster count large source files
Redesign CodeCount to unify existing CodeCount tools: utilize
functionality of the existing standalone CodeCount tools to build a single application
that can count the source code of multiple languages. This application will help reduce
maintenance effort, save operation time, and enable further enhancements
Integrating Boeing's TheCount and Difftool: utilize TheCount's GUI to provide inputs and
present outputs from Difftool
Supporting more languages: develop CodeCount tools to count Web languages such as ASP and JSP
CodeCount maintenance: test, maintain and enhance existing CodeCount tools