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FASE
2007
Springer
9 years 8 months ago
EQ-Mine: Predicting Short-Term Defects for Software Evolution
We use 63 features extracted from sources such as versioning and issue tracking systems to predict defects in short time frames of two months. Our multivariate approach covers aspe...
Jacek Ratzinger, Martin Pinzger, Harald Gall
WCRE
2007
IEEE
9 years 8 months ago
Quality Assessment Based on Attribute Series of Software Evolution
Defect density and defect prediction are essential for efficient resource allocation in software evolution. In an empirical study we applied data mining techniques for value seri...
Jacek Ratzinger, Harald Gall, Martin Pinzger
ICSM
2008
IEEE
9 years 8 months ago
Supporting software evolution analysis with historical dependencies and defect information
More than 90% of the cost of software is due to maintenance and evolution. Understanding the evolution of large software systems is a complex problem, which requires the use of va...
Marco D'Ambros
MSR
2009
ACM
9 years 9 months ago
Tracking concept drift of software projects using defect prediction quality
Defect prediction is an important task in the mining of software repositories, but the quality of predictions varies strongly within and across software projects. In this paper we...
Jayalath Ekanayake, Jonas Tappolet, Harald Gall, A...
WCRE
2009
IEEE
9 years 9 months ago
On the Relationship Between Change Coupling and Software Defects
Abstract—Change coupling is the implicit relationship between two or more software artifacts that have been observed to frequently change together during the evolution of a softw...
Marco D'Ambros, Michele Lanza, Romain Robbes
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