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MSS, SS 2021-01-26
15:30
Online Online An Investigation of Discussion Span in Open Source Projects
Masanari Kondo (Kyoto Inst. Tech.), Shinobu Saito, Yukako Iimura (NTT SIC), Eunjong Choi, Osamu Mizuno (Kyoto Inst. Tech.) MSS2020-33 SS2020-18
To remedy the lack of human resources in software development in companies, we can use crowdsourcing and inner source to... [more] MSS2020-33 SS2020-18
pp.25-30
SS 2020-03-05
13:55
Okinawa
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
SuiteRec: Automatic Test Suite Recommendation System based on Code Clone Detection
Ryosuke Kurachi (NAIST), Eunjong Choi (KIT), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2019-58
 [more] SS2019-58
pp.103-108
SS, MSS 2020-01-14
16:30
Hiroshima   A Prototype Algorithm and Implementation of Code-Clone Detection with MapReduce-Style Prallel Processing
Toshihiro Kamiya (Shimane Univ.), Eunjong Choi (KIT) MSS2019-48 SS2019-32
This report presents a scalable type-3 code-clone (duplicated code) detection method running in a
MapReduce style paral... [more]
MSS2019-48 SS2019-32
pp.43-48
SS 2019-03-05
09:50
Okinawa   A system for visualizing clone evolution to support clone maintenance
Hirotaka Honda, Shogo Tokui, Kazuki Yokoi (Osaka Univ.), Eunjong Choi (NAIST), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.) SS2018-71
Clone Notifier, a code clone change management system, notifies developers about the evolution of code clones such as ad... [more] SS2018-71
pp.115-120
SS 2018-03-06
15:00
Okinawa   An Investigation into the Characteristics of Source Code for Supporting Inline Method
Yuki Yamada, Kyohei Uemura, Eunjong Choi (NAIST), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2017-68
Inline Method is refactoring which puts a method body into its caller and
remove the method. Although this refactoring ... [more]
SS2017-68
pp.23-27
SS 2018-03-06
16:30
Okinawa   Toward Visualization of Discussions about Software Quality in OSS Development
Shunta Nakanishi, Eunjong Choi, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2017-70
To reduce software development cost, Open Source software (OSS) is frequently used in software development companies. Ho... [more] SS2017-70
pp.35-38
SS 2018-03-07
12:00
Okinawa   A Determination Method of Locality Sensitive Hashing Parameters for Code Clone Detection
Shogo Tokui (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Eunjong Choi (NAIST), Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.) SS2017-74
LSH (Locality-Sensitive Hashing) is a near neighbor search algorithm that performs probabilistic hashing of high-dimensi... [more] SS2017-74
pp.57-62
SS 2017-03-09
16:55
Okinawa   An Investigation of Extract Method to Construct Prediction Model Based on Process Metrics
Daiki Tanaka, Eunjong Choi (NAIST), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Kenji Fujiwara (NITTC), Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2016-73
 [more] SS2016-73
pp.79-84
KBSE, SS, IPSJ-SE [detail] 2016-07-14
09:40
Hokkaido   Investigating the effectiveness of function clone detection tool for simultaneous fixing of defects
Seiya Numata (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Eunjong Choi (NAIST), Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.) SS2016-7 KBSE2016-13
Code clone (i.e., code fragment that has identical or similar fragment in source code) is one of the factors that makes... [more] SS2016-7 KBSE2016-13
pp.77-82
KBSE, SS, IPSJ-SE [detail] 2016-07-14
10:10
Hokkaido   How developers copy code? A case study of Mylyn data set
Eunjong Choi, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2016-8 KBSE2016-14
 [more] SS2016-8 KBSE2016-14
pp.83-86
SS 2016-03-11
09:00
Okinawa   An Empirical Study of the Severity of Code Smell Using a Refactoring Dataset
Tsubasa Saika, Eunjong Choi (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Shusuke Haruna, Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.) SS2015-91
Code smells are structures in the code that suggest the possibility of refactoring. To prioritize code smells in large-s... [more] SS2015-91
pp.91-96
SS 2015-05-12
08:45
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Coding Pattern Detection for C Programs Using Pattern Mining Technique
Yuta Nakamura, Eunjong Choi (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Shusuke Haruna, Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.) SS2015-9
Coding pattern is an idiomatic code fragment that distributes in modules. It can be used for finding bugs because it imp... [more] SS2015-9
pp.41-46
SS 2014-05-08
14:20
Mie ISE SHIMIN - KATSUDOU Center An investigation of refactoring performed in combination
Tsubasa Saika, Eunjong Choi, Akira Goto (Osaka univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Katsuro Inoue (Osaka univ.) SS2014-1
Numerous tools that support refactoring have been proposed. However, existing refactoring support tools do not support c... [more] SS2014-1
pp.1-6
SS, IPSJ-SE 2012-11-02
11:35
Hiroshima Hiroshima City University A Clone Detection Approach for a Collection of Similar Large-Scale Software Products
Eunjong Choi (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (NAIST), Yoshiki Higo, Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.) SS2012-43
Reusing existing software with or without modifications is frequently occurred to develop new large software at low cost... [more] SS2012-43
pp.117-121
SS 2011-07-01
10:30
Overseas Korea Univ. (Seoul) Finding Code Clones for Refactoring with Clone Metrics: A Case Study of Open Source Software
Eunjong Choi (Osaka Univ.), Norihiro Yoshida (NAIST), Takashi Ishio, Katsuro Inoue (Osaka Univ.), Tateki Sano (NEC) SS2011-10
A code clone is a code fragment that has identical or similar code fragments to it in the source code.
Code clone has b... [more]
SS2011-10
pp.53-57
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