Joint Autoregressive and Graph Models for Software and Developer Social Networks

@inproceedings{Hazra2021JointAA,
  title={Joint Autoregressive and Graph Models for Software and Developer Social Networks},
  author={Rima Hazra and H. Aggarwal and P. Goyal and Animesh Mukherjee and Soumen Chakrabarti},
  booktitle={ECIR},
  year={2021}
}
Social network research has focused on hyperlink graphs, bibliographic citations, friend/follow patterns, influence spread, etc. Large software repositories also form a highly valuable networked artifact, usually in the form of a collection of packages, their developers, dependencies among them, and bug reports. This “social network of code” is rarely studied by social network researchers. We introduce two new problems in this setting. These problems are well-motivated in the software… Expand

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