Bug Reports Prioritization: Which Features and Classifier to Use?

  title={Bug Reports Prioritization: Which Features and Classifier to Use?},
  author={Mamdouh Alenezi and Shadi Banitaan},
  journal={2013 12th International Conference on Machine Learning and Applications},
Large open source bug tracking systems receives large number of bug reports daily. Managing these huge numbers of incoming bug reports is a challenging task. Dealing with these reports manually consumes time and resources which leads to delaying the resolution of important bugs which are crucial and need to be identified and resolved earlier. Bug triaging is an important process in software maintenance. Some bugs are important and need to be fixed right away, whereas others are minor and their… CONTINUE READING


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