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Mar 29 2022

DECODER Final Review

Date: 29 March 2022
Location: Remote Meeting
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Dec 10 2021

TREE Technology Workshop


Date: 10 December 2021
Place: Online and TREE Headquarters in Asturias, Spain
Speakers: Cristian Robledo and Francesca Sallicati
Attendees: 47 developers, testers and business managers from TREE Technology

The DECODER tools developed by TREE in WP2 are presented during a webconference today along with the main objectives and the architecture of the DECODER platform.

Nov 15 2021

Paris Technical Meeting

Date: 15-16 November 2021
Location: PARIS ESCP Europe Business School + Remote (Zoom Meeting)
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Jun 24 2021

DECODER Presentation by Virgile Prevosto at OW2Con'21


Date: 24/6/2021 9:45
Speaker: Virgile Prevosto (CEA LIST)

DECODER Platform: Big Software Discovery and Analysis

Abstract: The DECODER open source platform combines information from different sources to share big software knowledge between developers, testers and maintainers. This centralized knowledge contains very heterogeneous documents (code, comments, documentation, formal specifications, tests and static analysis reports, etc.). A set of NLP-based tools is trained to extract relevant semantic information and find correspondences between the documents, either to provide accurate code summarization or to generate a formal view of a plain-text document, which can then be fed to code analyzers.

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Jun 10 2021

DECODER Technical Meeting


Date: June 10-11, 2021
Meeting: DECODER Technical Meeting with Advisory Board
Place: Remote
Participants: 27

This DECODER Technical and Advisory Board Meeting comes with a rich agenda including:

  • 10 June PM: WP8, WP2, WP3, wP4 activities ; Advisory Board meeting with a Summary of projet progress, PKM, DECODER Year 2 Demo, Q&A session.
  • 11 June AM: WP1, WP5, WP6, WP7 updates, Technical Discussions 
  • Find more on the private wiki (login required): June 10-11, 2021 Tech Meeting

Jun 09 2021

Two DECODER Beta-Testing Campaigns are Open

Using the ReachOut Beta-testing platform, the DECODER project now offers two campaigns:

  1. DECODER Doc2Json - a tool to extract text/data from word/openoffice/excel documents to json format
  2. DECODER JMLgen - to generate JML annotations from what can be guessed out of a java project

Beta-testers are welcome to try these tools on their own environment and to provide their feedback. Rewards will be offered to recognize particularly diligent beta-testers with:

  • An active participation during the ReachOut test{fest}
  • Several beta-testing campaigns carried out
  • Highest number of complete feedbacks
  • Useful suggestions to designers 

More DECODER campaigns will follow during the upcoming months. Stay tuned!

Apr 22 2021

DECODER Year 2 Project Review


The remote review with 33 attendees is focused on 2020 collaborative activities in the consortium with some outlook for 2021 planned actions.
In time of uncertainty, the distributed task force with seven European partners was able to pursue the DECODER platform development including software tools, documentation, and test cases.



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