Journal and Conference Publications

  1. Weiss, Stewart N.; Klukowska, Joanna; Burdge, Darci L. Injecting Open Source Content into CS2/Data Structures Courses. Poster presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges 2017, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY. April 7-8, 2017.
  2. Klukowska, Joanna; Weiss, Stewart N. A Holistic Sequence of Programming Assignments for CS2. Poster presented at the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Memphis, TN, March 2-5, 2016.
  3. Weiss, Stewart N.; Huang, Lulu; Massa, Lou. A generalized higher-order kernel energy approximation method, Journal of Computational Chemistry, Vol. 31, Issue 16, 12/2010, pp.2889–2899.
  4. Teller, Virginia; Weiss, Stewart N; Flanagan, Mary. Forging interdisciplinary alliances to diversify the curriculum and improve the culture. Proceedings of the National Science Foundation Computing Research Infrastructure 2007 PI Meeting, 2007, pp. 375-379.
  5. Teller, Virginia; Weiss, Stewart N.; Flanagan, Mary. A Model of Support for a Women and Minority PhD Pipeline. Proceedings of the National Science Foundation Division of Computer and Network Systems CISE Computing Infrastructure Workshop, 2006, pp. 72-76.
  6. Frankl, Phyllis G.; Weiss, Stewart N.; Hu, Cang. All-uses versus mutation testing: An experimental comparison of effectiveness, in Journal of Systems and Software (38), 1997, pp. 235-257.
  7. Frankl, Phyllis G.; Weiss, Stewart N. An experimental comparison of branch and data-flow testing, in Proc. of the 11th Intl. Conf. on Testing Computer Software, 6/94, invited paper, pp. 37 - 50.
  8. Fleyshgakker, Vladimir N.; Weiss, Stewart N. Efficient mutation analysis: A new approach, in Proc. of the 1994 Intl. Symp. on Software Testing and Analysis, 8/94, pp. 185-195.
  9. Weiss, Stewart N.; Fleyshgakker, Vladimir N. Improved serial algorithms for mutation analysis, in Proc. of the 1993 Intl. Symp. on Software Testing and Analysis, 6/93,pp. 149-158.
  10. Fleyshgakker, Vladimir N.; Weiss, Stewart N. HiTest: An architecture for highly parallel software testing, in Proc. of the 1992 Intl. Conf. on Computer Systems and Software Engineering, 5/92, pp. 347-352.
  11. Frankl, Phyllis G.; Weiss, Stewart N. An experimental comparison of the effectiveness of branch testing and data flow testing, IEEE Trans. on Soft. Eng. SE-19(8),8/93, pp. 774-787.
  12. Frankl, Phyllis G.; Weiss, Stewart N. Is data flow testing more effective than branch testing? An empirical study, Quality Week 1991, San Francisco, 5/91, invited paper.
  13. Frankl, Phyllis G.; Weiss, Stewart N. An experimental comparison of the effectiveness of the all-uses and all-edges adequacy criteria, in Proc. of the 1991 ACM Symp. on Testing, Analysis and Verification, 10/91, pp. 154-164.
  14. Weyuker, Elaine J.; Weiss, Stewart N.; Hamlet, Richard Comparison of program testing strategies, in Proc. of the 1991 ACM Symp. on Testing, Analysis and Verification, 10/91,pp. 1-10.
  15. Weiss, Stewart N. Methods of comparing test data adequacy criteria, in Proc. of the 14th AnnualIntl. Computer Software and Applications Conf. (COMPSAC 90), 10/90, pp.1-6.
  16. Weiss, Stewart N.; Weyuker, Elaine J. An extended domain-based model of software reliability, IEEE Trans. on Soft. Eng. SE-14(10), 10/88, pp.1512-1524. also in Software Reliability Models: Theoretical Developments, Evaluations, and Applications, IEEE Computer Society Press Technology Series, eds. Y.K. Malaiya and P.K. Srimani, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1990, pp.1-13.
  17. Weiss, Stewart N. A formal framework for the study of concurrent program testing, in Proc. of the Second Workshop on Software Testing, Verification, and Analysis, Banff Canada, 7/88, pp 106-113.
  18. Weiss, Stewart N.; Weyuker, Elaine J. A generalized domain-based definition of software reliability, in Proc. of the Software Testing Workshop, Banff Canada, 7/86, pp.98-107.
  19. Frankl, Phyllis G.; Weiss, Stewart N.; Weyuker, Elaine J. ASSET: A system to select and evaluate tests, in Proc. of the IEEE Conf. on Software Tools, New York, 4/85, pp.72-79.
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