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AbbreviationTitle
CSMREuropean Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering
ESEEmpirical Software Engineering
ESEC/FSEEuropean Software Engineering Conference/Foundations of Software Engineering
ESEMEmpirical Software Engineering and Measurement
FSEFoundations of Software Engineering
ICPCInternational Conference on Program Comprehension
ICSEInternational Conference on Software Engineering
ICSMInternational Conference on Software Maintenance
MSRInternational Conference on Mining Software Repositories
OSDIOperating Systems Design and Implementation
PLATEAUWorkshop on Evaluation and Usability of Programming Languages and Tools
PLoS Comp BioPLoS Computational Biology
PROMISEInternational Conference on Predictive Models in Software Engineering
SANERConference on Software Analysis, Evolution, and Reengineering
SIGCSEACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education
SIGPLANACM SIGPLAN Notices
TSEIEEE Transactions on Software Engineering
WCREWorking Conference on Reverse Engineering