Part-of-speech tagging of program identifiers for improved text-based software engineering tools

@article{Gupta2013PartofspeechTO,
  title={Part-of-speech tagging of program identifiers for improved text-based software engineering tools},
  author={Samir Gupta and Sana Malik and Lori L. Pollock and K. Vijay-Shanker},
  journal={2013 21st International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC)},
  year={2013},
  pages={3-12}
}
To aid program comprehension, programmers choose identifiers for methods, classes, fields and other program elements primarily by following naming conventions in software. These software “naming conventions” follow systematic patterns which can convey deep natural language clues that can be leveraged by software engineering tools. For example, they can be used to increase the accuracy of software search tools, improve the ability of program navigation tools to recommend related methods, and… CONTINUE READING
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