Publications

2016

In the Future, Everyone Will Be a Programmer for 15 Minutes – Felienne Hermans, IEEE Software (to appear)
Improving the Performance of a Large Scale Spreadsheet: A Case Study – Alaaeddin Swidan, Felienne Hermans and Ruben Koesoemowidjojo, In Proceedings of SANER ’16 (to appear)
Evaluating Automatic Spreadsheet Metadata Extraction on a Large Set of Responses from MOOC Participants – Sohon Roy, Felienne Hermans, Efthimia Aivaloglou, Jos Winter and Arie van Deursen, In Proceedings of SANER ’16 (to appear)
Spreadsheets are Code: An Overview of Software Engineering Approaches applied to Spreadsheets – Felienne Hermans, Bas Jansen, Sohon Roy, Efthimia Aivaloglou, Alaaeddin Swidan and David Hoepelman, In Proceedings of SANER ’16 (to appear)

2015
Detecting and Repairing Smelly Lookup Functions in Spreadsheets –Felienne Hermans, Efthimia Aivaloglou & Bas Jansen, Proceedings of VL/HCC ’15
Code Smells in Spreadsheet Formulas Revisited on an Industrial Dataset – Bas Jansen & Felienne Hermans, Proceedings of ICSME ’15 (blog)
A Grammar for Spreadsheet Formulas Evaluated on Two Large Datasets – Efthimia Aivaloglou, David Hoepelman & Felienne Hermans, Proceedings of SCAM ’15
Copy-Paste Tracking: Fixing Spreadsheets Without Breaking Them – Felienne Hermans & Tijs Van Der Storm, Proceedings of ICLC ’15
Enron’s Spreadsheets and Related Emails: A Dataset and Analysis – Felienne Hermans & Emerson Murphy Hill, Proceedings of ICSE’ 15
Enron versus EUSES: A Comparison of Two Spreadsheet Corpora
Business Rule Mining from Spreadsheets (ceur-ws[PDF])
(Google Scholarblog, Arxiv.org[PDF]) Proceedings of SEMS ‘

2014
Anonymizing Spreadsheet Data and Metadata with AnonymousXL (Google Scholar) Proceedings of SEMS ’14.
Using a Visual Language to Create Better Spreadsheets Proceedings (Google Scholar) of SEMS ’14.
Dependence Tracing Techniques for Spreadsheets: An Investigation (Google Scholar, blog) Proceedings of SEMS ’14.