Extracting problematic API features from forum discussions

@article{Zhang2013ExtractingPA,
  title={Extracting problematic API features from forum discussions},
  author={Yingying Zhang and Daqing Hou},
  journal={2013 21st International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC)},
  year={2013},
  pages={142-151}
}
Software engineering activities often produce large amounts of unstructured data. Useful information can be extracted from such data to facilitate software development activities, such as bug reports management and documentation provision. Online forums, in particular, contain extensive valuable information that can aid in software development. However, no work has been done to extract problematic API features from online forums. In this paper, we investigate ways to extract problematic API… CONTINUE READING
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