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Giger, E. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), Gall, H.C. (author)
Two important questions concerning the coordination of development effort are which bugs to fix first and how long it takes to fix them. In this paper we investigate empirically the relationships between bug report attributes and the time to fix. The objective is to compute prediction models that can be used to recommend whether a new bug should...
report 2013
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Knab, P. (author), Fluri, B. (author), Gall, H.C. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
Note: Accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM), 2009, IEEE Computer Society Issue tracking repositories contain a wealth of information for reasoning about various aspects of software development processes. In this paper, we focus on bug triaging and provide visual means to...
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Knab, P. (author), Gall, H.C. (author), Pinzger, M. (author)
Note: Accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (ESEC/FSE), 2009, ACM. Issue tracking repositories contain a wealth of information for reasoning about various aspects of software development processes. In this paper, we...
report 2009
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Giger, E. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), Gall, H.C. (author)
A significant amount of research effort has been dedicated to learning prediction models that allow project managers to efficiently allocate resources to those parts of a software system that most likely are bug-prone and therefore critical. Prominent measures for building bug prediction models are product measures, e.g., complexity or process...
report 2011
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Pinzger, M. (author), Gall, H.C. (author)
Software repositories, such as versioning, bug reporting, and developer mailing list archives contain valuable data for analyzing the history of software projects and its dynamics. In this chapter, we focus on the analysis of the communication and collaboration in software projects and present an approach that works on software archives with...
report 2010
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Giger, E. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), Gall, H.C. (author)
The Gini coefficient is a prominent measure to quantify the inequality of a distribution. It is often used in the field of economy to describe how goods, e.g., wealth or farmland, are distributed among people. We use the Gini coefficient to measure code ownership by investigating how changes made to source code are distributed among the...
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Knab, P. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), Gall, H.C. (author)
Software development teams gather valuable data about features and bugs in issue tracking systems. This information can be used to measure and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the development process. In this paper we present an approach that harnesses the extraordinary capability of the human brain to detect visual patterns. We...
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Giger, E. (author), Pinzger, M. (author), Gall, H.C. (author)
Preprint of paper published in: 9th IEEE Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR), 2-3 June 2012; doi:10.1109/MSR.2012.6224284 There exist many approaches that help in pointing developers to the change-prone parts of a software system. Although beneficial, they mostly fall short in providing details of these changes. Fine-grained...
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