Text mining for software defect prediction
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- 15th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering
- Software defect prediction from code quality measurements via machine learning
- Comparative Analysis of Software Defect PredictionTechniques
- A NOVEL APPROACH FOR SOFTWARE DEFECT PREDICTION BASED ON DIMENSIONALITY REDUCTION
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- Text analytics based severity prediction of software bugs for apache projects
- Deep Learning Software Defect Prediction Methods for Cloud Environments Research
15th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering
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FRED data. My bibliography Save this article. Prediction of defect severity by mining software project reports. With ever increasing demands from the software organizations, the rate of the defects being introduced in the software cannot be ignored. This has now become a serious cause of concern and must be dealt with seriously. Defects which creep into the software come with varying severity levels ranging from mild to catastrophic.
The severity associated with each defect is the most critical aspect of the defect. In this paper, we intend to predict the models which will be used to assign an appropriate severity level high, medium, low and very low to the defects present in the defect reports.
Extraction of the relevant data from the defect reports is accomplished by using text mining techniques and thereafter model prediction is carried out by using one statistical method i. The performance of the models has been evaluated using receiver operating characteristics analysis and it was observed that the performance of DT model is the best as compared to the performance of MMLR and MLP models. Handle: RePEc:spr:ijsaem:vyid Statistics Access and download statistics.
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Software defect prediction from code quality measurements via machine learning
Received bachelor degree and master degree in Computer Science in and from Dian Nuswantoro University, Indonesia. Sree International Indonesia in Indonesia. Received B. Eng and M. He is also a founder and chief executive officer of Brainmatics, Inc. His current research interests include software engineering and machine learning.
Comparative Analysis of Software Defect PredictionTechniques
Rajesh 3. Along with this technical growth, software industries also have faced drastic growth in the demand of software for several applications. For any software industry, developing good quality software and maintaining its eminence for user end is considered as most important task for software industrial growth. In order to achieve this, software engineering plays an important role for software industries. Software applications are developed with the help of computer programming where codes are written for desired task. Generally, these codes contain some faulty instances which may lead to the buggy software development cause due to software defects. In the field of software engineering, software defect prediction is considered as most important task which can be used for maintaining the quality of software. Defect prediction results provide the list of defect-prone source code artefacts so that quality assurance team scan effectively allocate limited resources for validating software products by putting more effort on the defect-prone source code. As the size of software projects becomes larger, defect prediction techniques will play an important role to support developers as well as to speed up time to market with more reliable software products. One of the most exhaustive and pricey part of embedded software development is consider as the process of finding and fixing the defects.
A NOVEL APPROACH FOR SOFTWARE DEFECT PREDICTION BASED ON DIMENSIONALITY REDUCTION
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Received: 15 September Accepted: 30 December Managing the quality of functional parts is a key challenge in wire arc additive manufacturing. In case of additive production of aluminum parts, porosity is one of the main limitations of this process. This paper provides an indicator of porosity through the simulation of melt pool volume in aluminum wire arc additive manufacturing. First, a review of porosity formation during WAAM process is presented.
Text analytics based severity prediction of software bugs for apache projects
Kalai Magal. R and Shomona Gracia Jacob. International Journal of Computer Applications 23 , May Full text available. Software defect prediction using classification algorithms was advocated by many researchers. Moreover the classifier ensemble can effectively improve classification performance compared to a single classifier. The research on defect prediction using classifier ensemble methods are motivated since they have not been fully exploited.
Deep Learning Software Defect Prediction Methods for Cloud Environments Research
Aim of study software defect is a flaw, miscalculation, or failure, in a computer program or framework delivering an inappropriate or surprising result, or making it perform in an unintended way. The final product ought to have as few defects as possible to create top notch software. Early software defects discovery prompts diminished development costs and rework effort and better software.
Early software defect prediction: a systematic map and review [ BibTeX ]. Which type of metrics are useful to deal with class imbalance in software defect prediction? Is better data better than better data miners? Investigating the impact of fault data completeness over time on predicting class fault-proneness [ BibTeX ]. Performance tuning for automotive software fault prediction [ BibTeX ]. Software defect prediction using doubly stochastic Poisson processes driven by stochastic belief networks [ BibTeX ].
We propose an automated approach for design defect detection. It exploits an algorithm that automatically finds rules for the detection of possible design defects, thus relieving the designer from doing so manually. Due to the large number of possible combinations, we use a music-inspired heuristic that finds the best harmony when combining metrics. A critical item of a bug report is the so-called "severity", i. Consequently, tool support for the person reporting the bug in the form of a recommender or verification system is desirable. In previous work we made a first step towards such a tool: we demonstrated that text mining can predict the severity of a given bug report with a reasonable accuracy given a training set of sufficient size. In this paper we report on a follow-up study where we compare four well-known text mining algorithms namely, Naive Bayes, Naive Bayes Multinomial, K-Nearest Neighbor and Support Vector Machines with respect to accuracy and training set size.
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications , 20 11 , 4, JS EA. Received August 12 th , ; revised September 25 th , ; accepted November 5 th ,