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MSR2014 opening

  1. 1. Welcome!
  2. 2. Submissions Track Submitted Accepted % Research/Practice (full):   85 29 34% Research/Practice (short): 27 10 37% Data showcase: 22 15 68% Challenge: 19 9 47%
  3. 3. Submission trend 0 23 45 68 90 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 21 18 16 17 20 22 27 21 47 51 61 64 81 85 full short
  4. 4. Popular topics 1 (# of accepts/# of submissions) • Analysis of software ecosystems and mining of repositories across multiple projects (11/34, 32%) • Approaches, applications, and tools for software repository mining (8/29, 29%) • Characterization, classification, and prediction of software defects based on analysis of software repositories (12/26, 46%) • Analysis of change patterns and trends to assist in future development (8/22, 36%) • Analysis of natural language artifacts in software repositories (5/17, 29%)
  5. 5. Popular topics 1 (# of accepts/# of submissions) •Prediction of future software qualities via analysis of software repositories (2/16, 12%) •Empirical studies on extracting data from repositories of large long-lived and/or industrial projects (4/13, 32%) •Models of software project evolution based on historical repository data (6/13, 46%) •Techniques and tools for capturing new forms of data for storage in software repositories, such as effort data, fine-grained changes, and refactoring (4/13, 31%) •Models for social and development processes that occur in large software projects (4/12, 33%)
  6. 6. Selection Process Each paper reviewed by three PC members Open e-discussion held on all papers taken into consideration for acceptance List of accepted papers available to PC members 48 hours before notification
  7. 7. Thanks to... PC Members of research/practice, data showcase and challenge track ! Additional reviewers
  8. 8. All authors for submitting great papers!
  9. 9. The Program Overview • 1 keynote • 12 interesting technical sessions • 1 challenge and 1 data showcase • working lunches (with short paper and data showcase posters)
  10. 10. MSR Sessions presentation presentation presentation discussion 12 min for full paper presentations + 3 min QA 5 min for short papers ! About 30-15 min of discussion at the end of each session
  11. 11. MSR 2014 Dot Awards Get more dots!
  12. 12. Dot Award Algorithm
  13. 13. Dot Award Algorithm Meet/talk more people
  14. 14. Dot Award Prizes! @Closing session Students Top 2nd 3rd
  15. 15. Dot Award Prizes! Top 3rd @Closing session StudentsNon-students Top 2nd 3rd 2nd
  16. 16. Keynote Is Mining Software Repositories Data Science?
 Audris Mockus (Avaya Labs Research)

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