Andrea De Lucia
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Recovering traceability links between code and documentation
G Antoniol, G Canfora, G Casazza, A De Lucia, E Merlo
IEEE transactions on software engineering 28 (10), 970-983, 2002
11812002
Development and evaluation of a virtual campus on Second Life: The case of SecondDMI
A De Lucia, R Francese, I Passero, G Tortora
Computers & Education 52 (1), 220-233, 2009
5202009
Recovering traceability links in software artifact management systems using information retrieval methods
AD Lucia, F Fasano, R Oliveto, G Tortora
ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM) 16 (4), 13-es, 2007
4612007
Conditioned program slicing
G Canfora, A Cimitile, A De Lucia
Information and Software Technology 40 (11-12), 595-607, 1998
2961998
How to effectively use topic models for software engineering tasks? an approach based on genetic algorithms
A Panichella, B Dit, R Oliveto, M Di Penta, D Poshynanyk, A De Lucia
2013 35th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), 522-531, 2013
2892013
When and why your code starts to smell bad
M Tufano, F Palomba, G Bavota, R Oliveto, M Di Penta, A De Lucia, ...
2015 IEEE/ACM 37th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering 1 …, 2015
2432015
Information retrieval models for recovering traceability links between code and documentation
D Lucia
Proceedings 2000 International Conference on Software Maintenance, 40-49, 2000
2312000
Program slicing: Methods and applications
A De Lucia
Proceedings First IEEE International Workshop on Source Code Analysis and …, 2001
2302001
Detecting bad smells in source code using change history information
F Palomba, G Bavota, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, A De Lucia, D Poshyvanyk
2013 28th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software …, 2013
2182013
On the equivalence of information retrieval methods for automated traceability link recovery
R Oliveto, M Gethers, D Poshyvanyk, A De Lucia
2010 IEEE 18th International Conference on Program Comprehension, 68-71, 2010
2102010
Mining version histories for detecting code smells
F Palomba, G Bavota, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, D Poshyvanyk, A De Lucia
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 41 (5), 462-489, 2014
2042014
Understanding function behaviors through program slicing
A De Lucia, AR Fasolino, M Munro
WPC'96. 4th Workshop on Program Comprehension, 9-18, 1996
2041996
Do they really smell bad? a study on developers' perception of bad code smells
F Palomba, G Bavota, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, A De Lucia
2014 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution …, 2014
1962014
Automatic query reformulations for text retrieval in software engineering
S Haiduc, G Bavota, A Marcus, R Oliveto, A De Lucia, T Menzies
2013 35th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE), 842-851, 2013
1852013
An experimental investigation on the innate relationship between quality and refactoring
G Bavota, A De Lucia, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, F Palomba
Journal of Systems and Software 107, 1-14, 2015
1692015
Requirements engineering in agile software development
A De Lucia, A Qusef
Journal of emerging technologies in web intelligence 2 (3), 212-220, 2010
1592010
Multi-objective cross-project defect prediction
G Canfora, A De Lucia, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, A Panichella, S Panichella
2013 IEEE Sixth International Conference on Software Testing, Verification …, 2013
1562013
Enhancing an artefact management system with traceability recovery features
A De Lucia, F Fasano, R Oliveto, G Tortora
20th IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance, 2004 …, 2004
1512004
When does a refactoring induce bugs? an empirical study
G Bavota, B De Carluccio, A De Lucia, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, O Strollo
2012 IEEE 12th International Working Conference on Source Code Analysis and …, 2012
1462012
On the diffuseness and the impact on maintainability of code smells: a large scale empirical investigation
F Palomba, G Bavota, M Di Penta, F Fasano, R Oliveto, A De Lucia
Empirical Software Engineering 23 (3), 1188-1221, 2018
1442018
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