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ICSE
2004
IEEE-ACM
10 years 9 months ago
Mining Version Histories to Guide Software Changes
We apply data mining to version histories in order to guide programmers along related changes: "Programmers who changed these functions also changed...." Given a set of e...
Andreas Zeller, Peter Weißgerber, Stephan Di...
SCM
1998
9 years 11 months ago
Version Sensitive Editing: Change History as a Programming Tool
Software Version Control Systems (VCSs) are used to store the versions of program source code created throughout the software development cycle. The traditional purpose of such sys...
David L. Atkins
MSR
2006
ACM
10 years 3 months ago
Mining sequences of changed-files from version histories
Modern source-control systems, such as Subversion, preserve change-sets of files as atomic commits. However, the specific ordering information in which files were changed is typic...
Huzefa H. Kagdi, Shehnaaz Yusuf, Jonathan I. Malet...
ICSM
2009
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Predicting change impact from logical models
To improve the ability of predicting the impact scope of a given change, we present two approaches applicable to the maintenance of object-oriented software systems. Our first ap...
Sunny Wong, Yuanfang Cai
ISSRE
2010
IEEE
9 years 8 months ago
Change Bursts as Defect Predictors
—In software development, every change induces a risk. What happens if code changes again and again in some period of time? In an empirical study on Windows Vista, we found that ...
Nachiappan Nagappan, Andreas Zeller, Thomas Zimmer...
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