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Classifying Software Changes: Clean or Buggy?
TLDR
This paper introduces a new technique for predicting latent software bugs, called change classification. Expand
Predicting faults from cached history
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We analyze the version history of 7 software systems to predict the most fault prone entities and files. Expand
Toward an understanding of bug fix patterns
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This paper presents an alternative approach in which software history data is mined to find patterns in bug fix changes, thereby automatically categorizing bugs. Expand
Automatic Identification of Bug-Introducing Changes
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In this paper, we present algorithms to automatically and accurately identify bug-introducing changes in the change tracking system. Expand
A Component- and Message-Based Architectural Style for GUI Software
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We present a novel architectural style directed at supporting larger grain reuse andjexible system composition for distributed, concurrent, applications. Expand
HTTP Extensions for Distributed Authoring - WEBDAV
TLDR
This document specifies a set of methods, headers, and content-types ancillary to HTTP/1.1 for the management of properties, creation and management of resource collections, namespace manipulation, and resource locking (collision avoidance). Expand
Collaboration in Software Engineering: A Roadmap
  • E. J. Whitehead
  • Computer Science
  • Future of Software Engineering (FOSE '07)
  • 23 May 2007
TLDR
Software engineering projects are inherently cooperative, requiring many software engineers to coordinate their efforts to produce a large software system. Expand
Memories of bug fixes
TLDR
The change history of a software project contains a rich collection of code changes that record previous development experience. Expand
Reducing Features to Improve Code Change-Based Bug Prediction
TLDR
This paper investigates multiple feature selection techniques that are generally applicable to classification-based bug prediction methods. Expand
Facilitating software evolution research with kenyon
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We introduce Kenyon, a system designed to facilitate software evolution research by providing a common set of solutions to these common logistical problems. Expand
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