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APSEC
2001
IEEE
11 years 9 months ago
Expert Maintainers' Strategies and Needs when Understanding Software: A Case Study Approach
Accelerating the learning curve of software maintainers working on systems with which they have little familiarity motivated this study. A working hypothesis was that automated me...
Christos Tjortjis, Paul J. Layzell
APSEC
2003
IEEE
11 years 10 months ago
Case study: Reconnaissance techniques to support feature location using RECON2
Change requests are often formulated into concepts or features that a maintainer can understand. One of the main issues faced by a maintainer is to know and locate “where does t...
Suhaimi Ibrahim, Norbik Bashah Idris, Aziz Deraman
TSE
2010
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10 years 12 months ago
Understanding Exception Handling: Viewpoints of Novices and Experts
Several recent studies indicate that many industrial applications exhibit poor quality in the design of exception-handling. To improve the quality of error-handling, we need to und...
Hina Shah, Carsten Görg, Mary Jean Harrold
KCAP
2005
ACM
11 years 10 months ago
A case study of wiki-based experience repository at a medium-sized software company
The paper reports on an exploratory case study where an organizational learning methodology was used to support knowledge sharing in a medium-sized distributed software developmen...
Thomas Chau, Frank Maurer
ESEM
2009
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
The evolution and impact of code smells: A case study of two open source systems
Code smells are design flaws in object-oriented designs that may lead to maintainability issues in the further evolution of the software system. This study focuses on the evolutio...
Steffen Olbrich, Daniela Cruzes, Victor R. Basili,...
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