MSR 2007: International Workshop on Mining Software Repositories
msr.uwaterloo.ca

Call for Papers (PDF)

May 19-20, 2007
Minneapolis,
USA
 

Co-located with ICSE 2007,
IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering
http://web4.cs.ucl.ac.uk/icse07/





Presentation instruction

Full paper presentation will be 20 minutes long, including clarification questions, while short paper presentation will be 10 minutes long, including clarification questions. Challenge presentations will be 15 minutes long (10 minutes presentation, 5 minutes questions).

 

Programme (Download the pdf version)

Time
Paper type
Saturday May 19
 
Paper type
Sunday May 20
Session I -- Introduction
 
Session V -- Changes
9:00-10:30
Prologue
 
full
Identifying Changed Source Code Lines from Version Repositories
Keynote

Learning from Software

 
full
Mining a Change-based Software Repository
 
short
Studying Versioning Information to Understand Inheritance Hierarchy Changes
 
short
Combining Single-Version and Evolutionary Dependencies for Software-Change Prediction
 
short
Evaluating the harmfulness of cloning: a change based experiment
 
Discussion
10:30-11:00
Coffee break
 
Coffee break
Session II -- Bugs
 
Session VI -- Patterns & Models
11:00-12:30
full
How Long will it Take to Fix This Bug?
 
full
Release Pattern Discovery via Partitioning: Methodology and Case Study
full
Determining Implementation Expertise from Bug Reports
 
full
Comparing Approaches to Mining Source Code for Call-Usage Patterns
full
Defect Data Analysis based on Extended Association Rule Mining
 
full
Towards a theoretical model for software growth
short
Spam Filter Based Approach for Finding Fault-Prone Software Modules
 
short
Analysis of the Linux Kernel Evolution Using Code Clone Coverage
Discussion
 
Discussion
12:30-14:00
Lunch break
 
Lunch break
Session III -- Teams
 
Session VII -- Developers, Developers, Developers
14:00-15:30
full
Recommending Emergent Teams
 
full
What Can OSS Mailing Lists Tell Us? A Preliminary Psychometric Text Analysis of the Apache Developer Mailing List
full
Open Borders? Immigration in Open Source Projects
 
full
Using software distributions to understand the relationship among free and open source software projects
full
Correlating Social Interactions to Release History During Software Evolution
 
short
Using Software Repositories to Investigate Socio-technical Congruence in Development Projects
short
Mining CVS Repositories to Understand Open-Source Project Developer Roles
 
short
Detecting Patch Submission and Acceptance in OSS Projects
 
short
Prioritizing Warnings by Analyzing Software History
Discussion
 
Discussion
15:30-16:00
Coffee break
 
Coffee break
Session IV -- Mining
 
Mining Challenge
16:00-17:30
full
Visual Data Mining in Software Archives to Detect How Developers Work Together
 
challenge
Impact of the Creation of the Mozilla Foundation in the Activity of Developers
full
Mining Software Repositories using iSPARQL
 
challenge
Predicting Eclipse Bug Lifetimes
short
Mining Workspace Updates in CVS
 
challenge
Mining Eclipse Developer Contributions via Author-Topic Models
short
Finding Relevant Applications For Prototyping
 
prediction
Prediction results
short
Lightweight Risk Mitigation for Software Development Projects Using Repository Mining
 
 
Discussion
 
Epilogue
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