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Towards Knowledge Discovery in Software Repositories to Support Refactoring Jörg Rech Fraunhofer IESE

@inproceedings{Rech2004TowardsKD,
  title={Towards Knowledge Discovery in Software Repositories to Support Refactoring J{\"o}rg Rech Fraunhofer IESE},
  author={J{\"o}rg Rech},
  year={2004}
}
  • J. Rech
  • Published 2004
  • Computer Science
Software repositories are typically used to store code together with additional information. These repositories are a valuable source to train knowledge discovery algorithms to detect code smells and other qualitative defects. In this paper we present a lightweight framework to detect previously unknown knowledge from software reposit ories to support refactoring. The results will be usable by software reengineers in the process of inspection and quality asses sment of legacy systems. 
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