Mohammed Sayagh

Professeur
Office A-2420
Presentation

Département de génie logiciel et des TI

Research interests:

  • Information and Communications Technologies

Research areas:

  • Empirical software engineering
  • Configuration management
  • DevOps
  • Software monitoring and AIOps
  • Mining software repositories
  • Multi-component software systems
Publications: article

Publications: article

Publications: article

Courses and support services

Courses

LOG680 Introduction à l'approche DevOps (Winter 2022)
LOG680 Introduction à l'approche DevOps (Fall 2021)

Assistance to students

Mémoire à 30 crédits

    Co-directed by: Sayagh, Mohammed
    Extraction and Analysis of Behavior Practices Based on GitLab MR Information, by Mashari,Seyedbehnam.
    Winter 2022

    Understanding and Improving the Communication between Developers when Maintaining their Software Systemes, by Batoun,Mohamed Amine.
    Summer 2022

    Co-directed by: Sayagh, Mohammed
    Utilisation des flux de valeur pour l’optimisation des processus DevOps, by Legault,Julien.
    Summer 2022

Thèse de doctorat (recherche appliquée)

    Co-directed by: Sayagh, Mohammed
    On the support of Web-based Software Systems Maintenance and Evolution, by Bessghaier,Narjes.
    Fall 2022

Publications
Peer-reviewed article published in a refereed journal (3)

Youssef Esseddiq Ouatiti, Mohammed Sayagh, Noureddine Kerzazi, Ahmed E. Hassan. 2022. « An empirical study on log level prediction for multi-component systems ». IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering. (In press)

Md Hasan Ibrahim, Mohammed Sayagh, Ahmed E. Hassan. 2021. « A study of how Docker Compose is used to compose multi-component systems ». Empirical Software Engineering. vol. 26 , nº 6.

Yingzhe Lyu, Heng Li, Mohammed Sayagh, Zhen Ming Jiang, Ahmed E. Hassan. 2021. « An empirical study of the impact of data splitting decisions on the performance of AIOps solutions ». ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology. vol. 30 , nº 4.

Student projects

Awards and honors