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How Program History Can Improve Code Completion
Found in: Automated Software Engineering, International Conference on
By R. Robbes, M. Lanza
Issue Date:September 2008
pp. 317-326
Code completion is a widely used productivity tool. It takes away the burden of remembering and typing the exact names of methods or classes: As a developer starts typing a name, it provides a progressively refined list of candidates matching the name. How...
Are Software Analytics Efforts Worthwhile for Small Companies? The Case of Amisoft
Found in: IEEE Software
By R. Robbes,R. Vidal,M. C. Bastarrica
Issue Date:September 2013
pp. 46-53
Amisoft, a Chilean software company with 43 employees, successfully uses software analytics in its projects. These support a variety of strategic and tactical decisions, resulting in less overwork of employees. However, the analytics done at Amisoft are ve...
Multi-level Method Understanding Using Microprints
Found in: Visualizing Software for Understanding and Analysis, International Workshop on
By S. Ducasse, M. Lanza, R. Robbes
Issue Date:September 2005
pp. 13
Understanding classes and methods is a key activity in object-oriented programming, since classes represent the primary abstractions from which applications are built, while methods contain the actual program logic. The main problem of this task is to quic...