Subject Infrastructure Repository
These pages provide information on and access to the Software-artifact Infrastructure Repository (SIR) for Experimentation. This repository provides Java, C, C++, and C# programs for use in experimentation with testing and analysis techniques, and materials facilitating that use. Descriptions of the motivations, origanization, and objectives of the repository can be found in the journal paper.
The repository is still being maintained, and may be expanded further in the future. If you have suggestions regarding how we can improve the repository to make your experience better, we want to hear from you at email@example.com. Your feedback is appreciated.
Use the links on the navigation bar at left to obtain materials. The "Handbooks" describe how objects are created and provide information on their use. The "Download Objects" page provides links to tar files containing actual objects. "Biographies" of the objects are available from the download page by clicking on program names. "Tools" are various scripts and programs that help process object materials.
Choosing to download these object programs implies acceptance of our SIR User License.
Phase 2 Lead Personnel were:
Phase 1 Lead Personnel were:
Many other students, faculty, and researchers from various institutions and companies have also been involved in or aided the construction of this repository or the objects provided through it, and we wish to thank them:
[†] Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.