Workshop on Mining Unstructured Data (MUD) because "Mining Unstructured Data is Like Fishing in Muddy Waters"!

@article{Bacchelli2010WorkshopOM,
  title={Workshop on Mining Unstructured Data (MUD) because "Mining Unstructured Data is Like Fishing in Muddy Waters"!},
  author={Alberto Bacchelli and Nicolas Bettenburg and Latifa Guerrouj},
  journal={2010 17th Working Conference on Reverse Engineering},
  year={2010},
  pages={277-278}
}
  • Alberto Bacchelli, Nicolas Bettenburg, Latifa Guerrouj
  • Published in
    17th Working Conference on…
    2010
  • Computer Science
  • In software development, the knowledge of developers, architects and end users is spread out across dozens of development artifacts. Historically, structured development artifacts such as source code have been the primary focus of software engineering research, but the last couple of years have seen a dramatic increase of research on unstructured data, such as free-form text requirements and specifications, mailing lists and bug reports. Mining such data is very challenging, since it typically… CONTINUE READING

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