|Topic:||Concept Analysis: Mining Software for Commonalities and Variabilities|
|Date:||Thursday, October 14, 1999|
|Place:||Gould-Simpson, Room 701|
Concept analysis is a mathematical theory and set of algorithms for reasoning about boolean relations. In this talk, I will present the basic ideas underlying concept analysis, review its application to a number of software engineering problems, and present new results on the application of concept analysis to software testing.