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ECLIPSE
2005
ACM
11 years 7 months ago
Coping with an open bug repository
Most open source software development projects include an open bug repository—one to which users of the software can gain full access—that is used to report and track problems...
John Anvik, Lyndon Hiew, Gail C. Murphy
ICSE
2008
IEEE-ACM
12 years 6 months ago
An approach to detecting duplicate bug reports using natural language and execution information
An open source project typically maintains an open bug repository so that bug reports from all over the world can be gathered. When a new bug report is submitted to the repository...
Xiaoyin Wang, Lu Zhang, Tao Xie, John Anvik, Jiasu...
CIMCA
2008
IEEE
11 years 11 months ago
Mining Bug Repositories--A Quality Assessment
The process of evaluating, classifying, and assigning bugs to programmers is a difficult and time consuming task which greatly depends on the quality of the bug report itself. It ...
Philipp Schügerl, Juergen Rilling, Philippe C...
MSR
2009
ACM
11 years 10 months ago
On mining data across software repositories
Software repositories provide abundance of valuable information about open source projects. With the increase in the size of the data maintained by the repositories, automated ext...
Prasanth Anbalagan, Mladen A. Vouk
APSEC
2004
IEEE
11 years 9 months ago
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 ...
Shinji Kawaguchi, Pankaj K. Garg, Makoto Matsushit...
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