Harald C. Gall mainly investigates Software engineering, Data mining, Software, Software maintenance and Source code. His work in Software engineering covers topics such as Software system which are related to areas like Software development and Configuration management. His Data mining study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Recommender system, Static program analysis, Predictive modelling, Statistical classification and Maintainability.
In his work, Information technology, Workflow and Applications of artificial intelligence is strongly intertwined with Domain, which is a subfield of Software. His Software maintenance research includes elements of Software evolution, Systems engineering, Object-oriented programming, Information retrieval and Taxonomy. His Source code research includes themes of Software bug, Code, World Wide Web and Semantics, Artificial intelligence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Software engineering, Software, Source code, Software development and Software system. His research in Software engineering intersects with topics in Software maintenance, Code, Personal software process, Software quality and Workflow. His work on Software evolution as part of general Software study is frequently connected to Empirical research, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His Source code study deals with World Wide Web intersecting with Information retrieval. His Software system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Software analysis pattern, Collaborative software and Theoretical computer science. His Data mining study combines topics in areas such as Predictive modelling, Machine learning, Software bug and Artificial intelligence.
Software, Software engineering, Source code, Empirical research and Software quality are his primary areas of study. His Software research integrates issues from Java, Software deployment and Documentation. His Software engineering research incorporates themes from Code, Unit testing, Test case, Commit and Cloud computing.
Harald C. Gall has researched Source code in several fields, including Program comprehension, Static analysis, World Wide Web and Cluster analysis. His Software quality research integrates issues from Workflow and Static program analysis. His research integrates issues of Software evolution, Software construction and Recommender system in his study of Data mining.
His primary areas of study are Empirical research, Software engineering, Software, World Wide Web and Software bug. His research in Software engineering intersects with topics in Software system, Software development and Component-based software engineering. His Software development research incorporates themes from Container and Source lines of code.
His Software research incorporates elements of Test suite, Semantics, Information retrieval and Source code. Many of his research projects under World Wide Web are closely connected to Qualitative analysis and Natural language parsing with Qualitative analysis and Natural language parsing, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Software bug research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Precision and recall, Android, Maintenance engineering and Crash.
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Cross-project defect prediction: a large scale experiment on data vs. domain vs. process
Thomas Zimmermann;Nachiappan Nagappan;Harald Gall;Emanuel Giger.
foundations of software engineering (2009)
Populating a Release History Database from version control and bug tracking systems
M. Fischer;M. Pinzger;H. Gall.
international conference on software maintenance (2003)
Change Distilling:Tree Differencing for Fine-Grained Source Code Change Extraction
B. Fluri;M. Wursch;M. Pinzger;H.C. Gall.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2007)
Detection of logical coupling based on product release history
H. Gall;K. Hajek;M. Jazayeri.
international conference on software maintenance (1998)
CVS release history data for detecting logical couplings
H. Gall;M. Jazayeri;J. Krajewski.
international workshop on principles of software evolution (2003)
Don't touch my code!: examining the effects of ownership on software quality
Christian Bird;Nachiappan Nagappan;Brendan Murphy;Harald Gall.
foundations of software engineering (2011)
How can i improve my app? Classifying user reviews for software maintenance and evolution
Sebastiano Panichella;Andrea Di Sorbo;Emitza Guzman;Corrado A. Visaggio.
international conference on software maintenance (2015)
Software engineering for machine learning: a case study
Saleema Amershi;Andrew Begel;Christian Bird;Robert DeLine.
international conference on software engineering (2019)
Does distributed development affect software quality?: an empirical case study of Windows Vista
Christian Bird;Nachiappan Nagappan;Premkumar Devanbu;Harald Gall.
international conference on software engineering (2009)
Putting It All Together: Using Socio-technical Networks to Predict Failures
Christian Bird;Nachiappan Nagappan;Harald Gall;Brendan Murphy.
international symposium on software reliability engineering (2009)
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