2022 - Research.com Rising Star of Science Award
His primary areas of study are Android, World Wide Web, Source code, Software and Empirical research. The Android study combines topics in areas such as Graphical user interface, Humanoid robot and User experience design. Mario Linares-Vasquez focuses mostly in the field of World Wide Web, narrowing it down to matters related to Software bug and, in some cases, Software maintenance and Software repository.
The various areas that Mario Linares-Vasquez examines in his Source code study include Commit and Code. Mario Linares-Vasquez has included themes like Social media, Mobile development and Mobile programming in his Software study. In general Software development, his work in Software framework is often linked to Context model linking many areas of study.
Mario Linares-Vasquez mostly deals with Android, Software, Empirical research, World Wide Web and Software engineering. His studies in Android integrate themes in fields like Computer security, Mobile device and Human–computer interaction. The concepts of his Software study are interwoven with issues in Code and Source code.
His Source code research includes elements of Java, Commit, Information retrieval and Artificial intelligence. His studies deal with areas such as User experience design and Open source as well as World Wide Web. His Software engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Language model, Data-driven, Software maintenance and Client-side.
His main research concerns Android, Empirical research, World Wide Web, Software engineering and Mobile apps. His Android research integrates issues from Test suite and Source code. In his research, Mario Linares-Vasquez performs multidisciplinary study on Empirical research and Software.
His work on Software metric as part of general Software research is frequently linked to Quality, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His World Wide Web study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Exploit and User experience design. His Software engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Client-side and Data-driven.
His primary areas of investigation include Documentation, Empirical research, Software, Quality and Source code. His work deals with themes such as Software documentation, Recommender system, Data science and Asset, which intersect with Documentation. His Empirical research research spans across into fields like Software engineering, Code, Software metric, Metric and Software bug.
He specializes in Software, namely Software measurement. His Source code research includes themes of Java, Android, World Wide Web and Program comprehension. World Wide Web is often connected to Knowledge-based systems in his work.
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API change and fault proneness: a threat to the success of Android apps
Mario Linares-Vásquez;Gabriele Bavota;Carlos Bernal-Cárdenas;Massimiliano Di Penta.
foundations of software engineering (2013)
Toward deep learning software repositories
Martin White;Christopher Vendome;Mario Linares-Vasquez;Denys Poshyvanyk.
mining software repositories (2015)
Mining energy-greedy API usage patterns in Android apps: an empirical study
Mario Linares-Vásquez;Gabriele Bavota;Carlos Bernal-Cárdenas;Rocco Oliveto.
mining software repositories (2014)
The Impact of API Change- and Fault-Proneness on the User Ratings of Android Apps
Gabriele Bavota;Mario Linares-Vasquez;Carlos Eduardo Bernal-Cardenas;Massimiliano Di Penta.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2015)
User reviews matter! Tracking crowdsourced reviews to support evolution of successful apps
Fabio Palomba;Mario Linares-Vasquez;Gabriele Bavota;Rocco Oliveto.
international conference on software maintenance (2015)
How do API changes trigger stack overflow discussions? a study on the Android SDK
Mario Linares-Vásquez;Gabriele Bavota;Massimiliano Di Penta;Rocco Oliveto.
international conference on program comprehension (2014)
Automatically Discovering, Reporting and Reproducing Android Application Crashes
Kevin Moran;Mario Linares-Vasquez;Carlos Bernal-Cardenas;Christopher Vendome.
international conference on software testing verification and validation (2016)
On Automatically Generating Commit Messages via Summarization of Source Code Changes
Luis Fernando Cortés-Coy;Mario Linares-Vásquez;Jairo Aponte;Denys Poshyvanyk.
source code analysis and manipulation (2014)
Triaging incoming change requests: Bug or commit history, or code authorship?
Mario Linares-Vasquez;Kamal Hossen;Hoang Dang;Huzefa Kagdi.
international conference on software maintenance (2012)
Continuous, Evolutionary and Large-Scale: A New Perspective for Automated Mobile App Testing
Mario Linares-Vasquez;Kevin Moran;Denys Poshyvanyk.
international conference on software maintenance (2017)
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