Controlling Overfitting in Software Quality Models: Experiments with Regression Trees and Classification

@inproceedings{Khoshgoftaar2001ControllingOI,
  title={Controlling Overfitting in Software Quality Models: Experiments with Regression Trees and Classification},
  author={Taghi M. Khoshgoftaar and Edward B. Allen and Jianyu Deng},
  booktitle={IEEE METRICS},
  year={2001}
}
I n this d a y of “faster, cheaper, better” release cycles, software developers must focus enhancement efforts on those modules that need improvement the most. Predict ions of which modules are likely t o have faults during operations is an important tool t o guide such improvem ent efforts during maint en ance. Tree-based models are attractive because they readily model nonmonotonic relationships between a response variable and predictors. However, tree-based models are vulnerable t o… CONTINUE READING
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