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Nijessen, Rik (author)
Repository mining researchers have successfully applied machine learning in a variety of
scenarios.  However, the use of deep learning in repository mining tasks is still in its infancy.
In this thesis, we describe the advantages and disadvantages of using deep learning in mining software repository research and demonstrate these by...
master thesis 2017
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Hartog, R.M. (author)
Teams using modern day software engineering practices often incorporate code reviews as a quality assurance step in their development. These code reviews are intended to uncover software quality defects before code changes are incorporated into the project. Certain classes of these software quality defects can be detected by so-called static...
master thesis 2015
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Van der Veen, E.S. (author)
Previous work showed that in the pull-based development model integrators face challenges with regard to prioritizing work in the face of multiple concurrent pull requests. We identified the manual prioritization heuristics applied by integrators and extracted features from these heuristics. The features are used to train a machine learning...
master thesis 2015
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Oosterwaal, S. (author)
With the increasing popularity of open-source version control platforms like GitHub, developers get more feedback on the changes they make. A common tool in version control systems is the highlighted difference view of the source code. This enables reviewers to quickly view the changes made. A missing feature is comparison of the test coverage....
master thesis 2015
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