Celia Chen’s research focuses on systems and software engineering, specifically on unorthodox modeling to measure and improve software quality using natural language processing. Read her Oxy Story profile.
My primary fields of interest are systems and software engineering, specifically in unorthodox modeling to measure and improve software quality using natural language processing.
Current research interests:
- Software quality synergy and conflict
- Software quality measurement
- Non-functional requirement
- Applied NLP in software quality measurement
Recent Published Papers
Chen, C., Shoga, M., Li, B., and Boehm, B. (2019, April). Assessing Software Understandability in Systems by Leveraging Fuzzy Method and Linguistic Analysis. In 2019 Conference on Systems Engineering Research (CSER) (2019 CSER).
Chen, C., Shoga, M., and Boehm, B. (2019, July). Characterizing Software Maintainability in Issue Summaries using a Fuzzy Classier. In 2019 IEEE International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability and Security (QRS).
Chen, C., Shoga, M., and Boehm, B. (2019, July). Exploring the Dependency Relationships between Software Qualities. In 2019 IEEE International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability and Security (QRS) Data-Driven System Quality Assurance (DSQA) Workshop.
Shoga, M. Y., Chen, C., and Boehm, B. (2020, December). Recent Trends in Software Quality Interrelationships: A Systematic Mapping Study. In 2020 IEEE 20th International Conference on Software Quality, Reliability and Security Companion (QRS-C) (pp. 264-271). IEEE.
Shi, L., Chen, C., Wang, Q., and Boehm, B. (2021). Automatically detecting feature requests from development emails by leveraging semantic sequence mining. Requirements Engineering, 26(2), 255-271.
Chen, C., and Shoga, M. (2021). A Large Empirical Study on Automatically Classifying Software Maintainability Concerns from Issue Summaries. Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2, 161-174.
Jiang, Z., Shi, L., Chen, C., Hu, J., and Wang, Q. (2021). Dialogue Disentanglement in Software Engineering: How Far are We?. arXiv preprint arXiv:2105.08887.
I teach various courses during the two-semester academic year, and my courses span all levels of the curriculum. Courses include:
- COMP 131: Fundamentals of Computer Science
- COMP 229: Data Structures
- COMP 331: Natural Language Processing
- COMP 371: Mobile Apps
- COMP 373: Databases