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    STUDIA INFORMATICA - Issue no. Sp. Issue 2 / 2014  
         
  Article:   CLASSIFYING SOFTWARE BUG REPORTS USING METHODS FROM FORMAL CONCEPT ANALYSIS.

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  Abstract:   We provide experience in applying methods from formal concept analysis to the problem of classifying software bug reports characterized by distinguished features. More speci fically, we investigate the situation where we are given a set of already processed bug reports together with the components of the program that contained the corresponding error. The task is the following: given a new bug report with speci fic features, provide a list of components of the program based on the bug reports already processed that are likely to contain the error. To this end,we investigate several approaches that employ the idea of implications between features and program components. We describe these approaches in detail, and apply them to real-world data for evaluation. The best of our approaches is capable of identifying in just a fraction of a second the component causing a bug with an accuracy of over 70 percent.2010

Mathematics Subject Classi fication. 68N30, 03G10.1998 CR Categories and Descriptors. K.6.3 Software Management-Software maintenance.

Key words and phrases. FCA, Classi cation, Software Maintenance, Implications.D. Borchmann supported by DFG Graduiertenkolleg 1763 (QuantLA). R. Penaloza partially supported by DFG within the Cluster of Excellence `cfAED`.
 
         
     
         
         
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