A preliminary Study of Knowledge Sharing related to Covid-19 Pandemic in Stack Overflow

@article{Georgiou2020APS,
  title={A preliminary Study of Knowledge Sharing related to Covid-19 Pandemic in Stack Overflow},
  author={Konstantinos Georgiou and Nikolaos Mittas and Lefteris Angelis and Alexander Chatzigeorgiou},
  journal={2020 46th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA)},
  year={2020},
  pages={517-520}
}
The Covid-19 outbreak has changed to an unprecedented extent almost every aspect of human activity. At the same time, the pandemic has stimulated enormous amount of research by scientists across various disciplines, seeking to study the phenomenon itself, its epidemiological characteristics and ways to confront its consequences. Information Technology, and particularly Data Science, drive innovation in all related to Covid-19 biomedical fields. Acknowledging that software developers routinely… 

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