Automated Identification of Tasks in Development Sessions

@article{Coman2008AutomatedIO,
  title={Automated Identification of Tasks in Development Sessions},
  author={Irina Diana Coman and Alberto Sillitti},
  journal={2008 16th IEEE International Conference on Program Comprehension},
  year={2008},
  pages={212-217}
}
Task switching occurs frequently during the work of software developers. While there are already several approaches aiming at assisting developers in recovering their contexts of previous tasks, they generally rely on the developer to identify the beginning of each task. We propose a new technique for automatically splitting a development session into task-related subsections, based on the interaction of the developer with the IDE. The technique also shows potential benefits for automatic… CONTINUE READING
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