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Verlooy, Bas (author)
The Alexandria3K library, a versatile Python-based tool, has been expanded to include the integra- tion of the PubMed dataset, enriching its capabil- ities in the analysis of scientific papers. Origi- nally supporting major datasets like Crossref and US patents, and smaller yet significant datasets like ORCID. The addition of PubMed enables in...
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Gupta, Dibyendu (author)
The growth of academic publications, heterogeneity of datasets and the absence of a globally accepted organization identifier introduce the challenge of affiliation disambiguation in bibliographic databases. In this paper, we create a baseline using the currently implemented algorithm for author affiliation linkage in Alexandria3k by comparing...
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Lim, Dayoung (author)
Accurate topic classification is crucial in the scientific community when it comes to finding relevant journals. However, the efficiency and accuracy of topic classification of publications do not seem to be at its best performance, especially with the fast-paced rise in the quantity of research papers. Our research aims to address this problem...
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van Lieshout, Jelle (author)
Author name disambiguation, otherwise described as (publication) record linking, is a problem that has had considerable research dedicated to its solv- ing. Author attributions, calculating research met- rics and conducting literature reviews are amongst processes that experience increased difficulty due to ambiguous author names. In this study,...
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Reurink, Andries (author)
The set of regression and integration tests at many modern software companies is huge. It is difficult to run all tests after each code change, so the tests are often run for batches of code changes by different developers, late in the release cycle. This has developers waiting for tests longer than desirable and makes it...
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Brands, Anna (author)
In (open-source) development, developers routinely rely on other libraries to improve their coding efficiency by reusing code. This reliance on other packages could cause issues when critical dependencies have suddenly have a vulnerability introduced to them. This work analyzes the criticality for NPM. To get an accurate picture of what the most...
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Dumitru, Alexandru (author)
Using open-source packages when developing software applications is the general practice among a vast amount of software developers. However, importing open-source code which may depend on other existing technologies may lead to the appearance of a transitive dependency chain. As a result, failure of packages with a high amount of transitive...
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Purcaru, Andrei (author)
The use of open-source packages is a common practice among developers. It decreases the development time and improves maintainability. But adding a dependency to a project comes with inherit risks such as introducing vulnerabilities. A few solutions that help visualize all of the dependencies of a project exist already. However, none provide the...
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Dobrev, Teodor (author)
The main principle of Open Source development is that developers can reuse different libraries over and over again to make their lives easier. That is why this practice has gained a lot of popularity. However, libraries usually depend on other already existing pieces of code. This means that whenever some small piece of code fails, the whole...
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Corlade, Denis (author)
Developers rely on different software to improve their efficiency as to reuse parts of code and be able to maintain it with ease, which is why open source software libraries have gained much pop- ularity over the past years. This paper analyzes what are the most used packages from Apache Maven, which is a build automation tool used primarily for...
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Rastenis, Matas (author)
Research that focuses on examining software bugs is critical when developing tools for preventing and for fixing software issues. Previous work in this area has explored other types of systems, such as bugs of compilers and security issues stemming from open source systems hosted on public repositories. This paper explores the bugs within the...
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He, Bryan (author)
Configuration management systems are a class of software used to automate system administrative tasks, one of which is the configuration of software systems. Although the automation is less error-prone than manual configuration done by a human, bugs in the source code can still cause configuration errors. This can result into unwanted...
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Bonfanti, Mattia (author)
The study of bugs can provide important information to understand their nature in the context of complex software systems as well as supporting developers in their detection, fix and prevention. Previous studies focused on analyzing bugs under different perspectives such as changes at code level, frequency, semantics, symptoms, root causes and...
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Krupauskas, Mykolas (author)
This research studies the symptoms, root causes, impact, triggers, fixes, and system dependency of bugs in the Puppet configuration management system. Puppet is a widely used open-source configuration management system that performs various administrative tasks on machines based on a central specification. This paper aims to fill the research...
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