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ICSE
2010
IEEE-ACM
10 years 23 days ago
Developers ask reachability questions
A reachability question is a search across feasible paths through a program for target statements matching search criteria. In three separate studies, we found that reachability q...
Thomas D. LaToza, Brad A. Myers
EOR
2007
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9 years 8 months ago
To ask or not to ask, that is the question
Applicants for credit have to provide information for the risk assessment process. In the current conditions of a saturated consumer lending market, and hence falling take rates, ...
Hsin-Vonn Seow, Lyn C. Thomas
ICSE
2010
IEEE-ACM
10 years 23 days ago
Using information fragments to answer the questions developers ask
Each day, a software developer needs to answer a variety of questions that require the integration of different kinds of project information. Currently, answering these questions...
Thomas Fritz, Gail C. Murphy
HICSS
2010
IEEE
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10 years 24 days ago
Increasing Software Security through Open Source or Closed Source Development? Empirics Suggest that We have Asked the Wrong Que
While many theoretical arguments against or in favor of open source and closed source software development have been presented, the empirical basis for the assessment of arguments...
Guido Schryen, Eliot Rich
CORR
2011
Springer
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9 years 3 months ago
Human-Assisted Graph Search: It's Okay to Ask Questions
We consider the problem of human-assisted graph search: given a directed acyclic graph with some (unknown) target node(s), we consider the problem of finding the target node(s) b...
Aditya G. Parameswaran, Anish Das Sarma, Hector Ga...
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