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bug report is typically assigned to a single developer who is then responsible for fixing the bug. In Mozilla and Eclipse, between 37%-44% of bug reports are "tossed" (reassigned) to other developers, for example because the bug has been assigned by accident or another developer with additional expertise is needed. In any case, tossing increases the(More)
Code reviews are an important part of software development because they help to increase code quality and reliability. For this paper, we observed the review processes of two open-source projects, Firefox and Mozilla Core. We noticed that code reviews are mostly organized manually. In particular, finding appropriate reviewers is a complex and time-consuming(More)
Finding the appropriate developer for a bug report, so called `Bug Triage', is one of the bottlenecks in the bug resolution process. To address this problem, many approaches have proposed various automatic bug triage techniques in recent studies. We argue that most previous studies focused on open source projects only and did not consider deep learning(More)
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