Orion: A Software Project Search Engine with Integrated Diverse Software Artifacts

@article{Bissyand2013OrionAS,
  title={Orion: A Software Project Search Engine with Integrated Diverse Software Artifacts},
  author={Tegawend{\'e} F. Bissyand{\'e} and Ferdian Thung and D. Lo and Lingxiao Jiang and L. R{\'e}veill{\`e}re},
  journal={2013 18th International Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems},
  year={2013},
  pages={242-245}
}
What projects contain more than 10, 000 lines of code developed by less than 10 people and are still actively maintained with a high bug-fixing rate? To address the challenges for answering such enquiries, we develop an integrated search engine architecture that combines information from different types of software repositories from multiple sources. Our search engine facilitates the construction and execution of complex search queries using a uniform interface that transparently correlates… Expand
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