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[Gnu-arch-users] address@hidden: Fwd: TALK; Data Mining Version Historie

From: Tom Lord
Subject: [Gnu-arch-users] address@hidden: Fwd: TALK; Data Mining Version Histories (fwd)]
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 10:07:01 -0800 (PST)

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For anyone who's in the Boston area, this could be an interesting thing to
attend.  It's been forwarded to me through so many chains that I'm not
sure it's an open seminar, but asking the planners couldn't hurt.

Sounds really freakin' cool, actually.


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>>> From: Neena Lyall <address@hidden>
>>> Date: March 8, 2004 3:07:56 PM EST
>>> To: address@hidden
>>> Cc: address@hidden, Michael Ernst <address@hidden>
>>> Subject: TALK; Data Mining Version Histories
>>> Andreas Zeller
>>> Saarland University
>>> Saarbruecken, Germany
>>> Data Mining Version Histories
>>> Wednesday, March 17, 2004
>>> Refreshments at  12:45 pm; Talk begins at 1:00 pm
>>> Room NE43-518
>>> We apply data mining to software version histories in order to guide
>>> programmers along related changes: "Programmers who changed functions
>>> f1 and f2 also changed functions g1 and g2 ...".  Given a set of
>>> existing changes, such rules
>>>    (a) suggest and predict likely further changes,
>>>    (b) show up item coupling that is undetectable by program
>>> analysis, and
>>>    (c) prevent errors due to incomplete changes.
>>> We have built a plugin for the Eclipse programming environment that
>>> suggests further changes as soon as the programmer starts editing. Our
>>> plugin can correctly predict 26% of further files to be changed and
>>> 15% of the precise functions or variables.  The topmost three
>>> suggestions contain a correct location with a likelihood of 64%.
>>> Andreas Zeller is a computer science professor at Saarland University,
>>> Saarbruecken, Germany.  His research concerns the analysis of large
>>> software systems and their histories.
>>> Host: Michael Ernst
>>> Please email address@hidden if you would like to meet with the
>>> speaker during his visit
>>> _______________________________________________
>>> Seminars mailing list
>>> address@hidden

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