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MUDABlue: An Automatic Categorization System for Open Source Repositories

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MUDABlue: An Automatic Categorization System for Open Source Repositories
Open Source communities typically use a software repository to archive various software projects with their source code, mailing list discussions, documentation, bug reports, and so forth. For example, SourceForge currently hosts over seventy thousand Open Source software systems. Because of the size of the rich information content, such repositories offer numerous opportunities for sharing information among projects. For example, one would like to know a set of projects that are related or similar to each other, so that the project groups can collaborate and share their work. With thousands of projects in typical repositories, however, manually locating related projects can be difficult. Hence, we propose MUDABlue, a tool that automatically categorizes software systems. MUDABlue has three major aspects: 1) it relies on no other information than the source code, 2) it determines category sets automatically, and 3) it allows a software system to be a member of multiple categories. MUDA...
Shinji Kawaguchi, Pankaj K. Garg, Makoto Matsushit
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where APSEC
Authors Shinji Kawaguchi, Pankaj K. Garg, Makoto Matsushita, Katsuro Inoue
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