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List of Accepted Papers

posted Mar 4, 2011, 10:24 AM by Thomas Zimmermann   [ updated Mar 25, 2011, 12:33 PM by Emad Shihab ]
The MSR notifications have been sent. Congratulations to all accepted authors. Acceptance rate has been 32.8% for full papers and 35.3% for short papers.
 
We are looking forward to seeing you in Hawaii! 

Full Papers

  • Julius Davies, Abram Hindle, Michael Godfrey and Daniel German. Software Bertillonage: Finding the Provenance of an Entity
  • Emanuel Giger, Martin Pinzger and Harald Gall. Comparing Fine-Grained Source Code Changes And Code Churn For Bug Prediction
  • Shivani Rao and Avinash Kak. Retrieval from Software Libraries for Bug Localization: A Comparative Study with Generic and Composite Text Models
  • Benjamin Biegel, Quinten David Soetens, Willi Hornig, Stephan Diehl and Serge Demeyer. Comparison of Similarity Metrics for Refactoring Detection
  • Gerardo Canfora, Luigi Cerulo, Marta Cimitile and Massimiliano Di Penta. Social Interactions around Cross-System Bug Fixings: the Case of FreeBSD and OpenBSD
  • Siim Karus and Harald Gall. A Study of Language Usage Evolution in Open Source Software
  • Pete Rotella and Sunita Chulani. Implementing Quality Metrics and Goals at the Corporate Level
  • Armijn Hemel, Karl Trygve Kalleberg, Rob Vermaas and Eelco Dolstra. Finding Software License Violations Through Binary Code Clone Detection
  • Dennis Pagano and Walid Maalej. How Do Developers Blog? An Exploratory Study
  • Vibha Singhal Sinha, Senthil Mani and Saurabh Sinha. Entering the Circle of Trust: Developer Initiation as Committers in Open-Source Projects
  • Laleh Mousavi Eshkevari, Venera Arnaoudova, Massimiliano Di Penta, Rocco Oliveto, Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc and Giuliano Antoniol. An Exploratory Study of Identifier Renamings
  • Chris Parnin, Christian Bird and Emerson Murphy-Hill. Java Generics Adoption: How New Features are Introduced, Championed, or Ignored
  • Abram Hindle, Neil Ernst, Mike Godfrey and John Mylopoulos. Automated topic naming to support cross-project analysis of software maintenance activities
  • Stephen Thomas, Bram Adams, Ahmed E. Hassan and Dorothea Blostein. Modeling the Evolution of Topics in Historical Software Repositories
  • Oscar Callaú, Romain Robbes, Éric Tanter and David Röthlisberger. How Developers Use the Dynamic Features of Programming Languages: the Case of Smalltalk
  • Sandeep Krishnan, Robyn Lutz and Katerina Goseva-Popstojanova. Empirical Evaluation of Reliability Improvement in an Evolving Software Product Line
  • Shahed Zaman, Bram Adams and Ahmed E. Hassan. Security vs Performance bugs: A Case Study on Firefox
  • Alexander W. J. Bradley and Gail C. Murphy. Supporting Software History Exploration
  • Daryl Posnett, Abram Hindle and Prem Devanbu. A Simpler Model of Software Readability
  • Jon Eyolfson, Lin Tan and Patrick Lam. Do time of day and developer experience affect commit bugginess?

Short Papers

  • Yuan-Fang Li and Hongyu Zhang. Integrating Software Engineering Data Using Semantic Web Technologies
  • Dave Binkley, Matthew Hearn and Dawn Lawrie. Improving identifier informativeness using Part of Speech Information
  • Pamela Bhattacharya and Iulian Neamtiu. Bug-fix Time Prediction Models: Can we do better?
  • Brandon Heller, Eli Marschner and Jeffrey Heer. Visualizing Collaboration and Influence in the Open-Source Software Community
  • Sergey Zeltyn, Peri Tarr, Murray Cantor, Robert Delmonico, Sateesh Kannegala, Mila Keren, Ashok Pon Kumar and Segev Wasserkrug. Improving Efficiency in Software Maintenance
  • Caitlin Sadowski, Chris Lewis, Zhongpeng Lin, Xiaoyan Zhu and E. James Whitehead. An Empirical Analysis of the FixCache Algorithm

Mining Challenge

  • Xinlei Wang, Eilwoo Baik and Premkumar Devanbu. Operating System Compatibility Analysis of Eclipse and Netbeans Based on Bug Data
  • Mario Luca Bernardi, Carmine Sementa, Quirino Zagarese, Damiano Distante and Massimiliano Di Penta. What Topics do Firefox and Chrome Contributors Discuss?
  • Olga Baysal, Ian Davis and Michael Godfrey. A Tale of Two Browsers
  • Yukinao Hirata and Osamu Mizuno. Do Comments Explain Codes Adequately?
  • Daniel German and Julius Davies. Apples Vs. Oranges? An exploration of the challenges of comparing the source code of two software systems
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