Dr. Hakam W Alomari

Assistant Professor
PhD, Kent State University 2012

Office: Benton 201B
Email: alomarhw@miamioh.edu
Office Phone: 513-529-0356

Research Interests: software maintenance and evolution, program comprehension, software slicing, reverse engineering, software visualization

Personal Web: https://sites.miamioh.edu/hakam-w-alomari-phd/

Recent Publications

  • Alomari, Hakam and Stephan, Matthew, "srcClone: Detecting Code Clones via Decompositional Slicing", ACM, International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC), October 2020

  • Ramasamy, Vijayalakshmi and Alomari, Hakam W. and Kiper, James D. and Potvin, Geoffrey, "A Minimally Disruptive Approach of Integrating Testing into Computer Programming Courses", International Workshop on Software Engineering Education for Millennials (SEEM), June 2018

  • Alomari, Hakam W and Stephan, Matthew, "Towards slice-based semantic clone detection", IEEE, International Workshop on Software Clones (IWSC), March 2018

  • Alomari, Hakam and Kiper, James and Walia, Gursimran S. and Zaback, Katherine, "Using Web-Based Repository of Testing Tutorials (WReSTT) with a Cyber Learning Environment to Improve Testing Knowledge of Computer Science Students", American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference & Exposition, June 2017

  • Alomari, Hakam W and Jennings, Rachel A and de Souza, Paulo Virote and Stephan, Matthew and Gannod, Gerald C, "vizSlice: Visualizing Large Scale Software Slices", IEEE, Working Conference on Software Visualization (VISSOFT), October 2016

  • Newman, Christian D and Sage, Tessandra and Collard, Michael L and Alomari, Hakam W and Maletic, Jonathan I, "srcSlice: a tool for efficient static forward slicing", IEEE, International Conference on Software Engineering Companion (ICSE-C), June 2016