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Empirical validation of object-oriented metrics on open source software for fault prediction
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This paper describes how we calculated the object-oriented metrics given by Chidamber and Kemerer to illustrate how fault-proneness detection of the source code of the open source Web and e-mail suite called Mozilla can be carried out. Expand
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Using information retrieval based coupling measures for impact analysis
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This paper presents a new set of coupling measures for Object-Oriented (OO) software systems measuring conceptual coupling of classes. Expand
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The Szeged Treebank
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The Szeged Treebank project was to create a high-quality database of syntactic structures for Hungarian that can serve as a golden standard to further research. Expand
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Columbus - reverse engineering tool and schema for C++
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We present a reverse engineering framework called Columbus that is able to analyze large C++ projects, and a schema for C++ that prescribes the form of the extracted data. Expand
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An efficient relevant slicing method for debugging
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In this paper a forward algorithm is introduced for the computation of relevant slices of programs. Expand
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Clone Smells in Software Evolution
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We present an approach for mapping clones from one particular version of the software to another one, based on a similarity measure. Expand
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Generalized algorithmic debugging and testing
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This paper presents a method for semi-automatic bug localization, generalized algorithmic debugging, which has been integrated with the category partition method for functional testing. Expand
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New Conceptual Coupling and Cohesion Metrics for Object-Oriented Systems
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The paper presents two novel conceptual metrics for measuring coupling and cohesion in software systems, which have been empirically validated. Expand
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A probabilistic software quality model
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In order to take the right decisions in estimating the costs and risks of a software change, it is crucial for the developers and managers to be aware of the quality attributes of their software. Expand
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Energy simulation of embedded XScale systems with XEEMU
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We present XEEMU, the XScale energy emulator, a fast, cycle-accurate simulator, which aims at accurately simulating the power consumption of an XScale-based system including its memory subsystem. Expand
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