Building an Ensemble for Software Defect Prediction Based on Diversity Selection

@inproceedings{Petric2016BuildingAE,
  title={Building an Ensemble for Software Defect Prediction Based on Diversity Selection},
  author={Jean Petric and David Bowes and Tracy Hall and Bruce Christianson and Nathan Baddoo},
  booktitle={ESEM '16},
  year={2016}
}
  • Jean Petric, David Bowes, +2 authors Nathan Baddoo
  • Published in ESEM '16 2016
  • Computer Science
  • Background: Ensemble techniques have gained attention in various scientific fields. Defect prediction researchers have investigated many state-of-the-art ensemble models and concluded that in many cases these outperform standard single classifier techniques. Almost all previous work using ensemble techniques in defect prediction rely on the majority voting scheme for combining prediction outputs, and on the implicit diversity among single classifiers. Aim: Investigate whether defect prediction… CONTINUE READING

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