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The Qualitas Corpus: A Curated Collection of Java Code for Empirical Studies

The Qualitas Corpus: A Curated Collection of Java Code for Empirical Studies,10.1109/APSEC.2010.46,Ewan D. Tempero,Craig Anslow,Jens Dietrich,Ted Han,

The Qualitas Corpus: A Curated Collection of Java Code for Empirical Studies   (Citations: 4)
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In order to increase our ability to use measure- ment to support software development practise we need to do more analysis of code. However, empirical studies of code are expensive and their results are difficult to compare. We describe the Qualitas Corpus, a large curated collection of open source Java systems. The corpus reduces the cost of performing large empirical studies of code and supports comparison of measurements of the same artifacts. We discuss its design, organisation, and issues associated with its development.
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    • ...Qualitas Corpus will be used in the experiments [9]...

    Craig Anslowet al. Co-located collaborative software visualization

    • ...These simple predictions are then tested in an empirical study, run against 97 open source software systems (the Qualitas Corpus [33]) written in the Java programming language, across granularities ranging from the statement level to the package level...
    • ...Baxter et al. [4] examined 56 systems— many of which are also contained in the Qualitas Corpus [33]—for a large set of measures including some coupling measures, but considered them independently from one another...
    • ...The empirical data comes from the Qualitas Corpus [33], a collection of 100 independent open-source software systems written in the Java programming language...

    Craig Taube-Schocket al. Can We Avoid High Coupling?

    • ...With the exception of the standard library and our own analysis framework, Crystal, they all come from the Qualitas Corpus [24]...
    • ...We have done our best to draw a variety of programs from a respected corpus of popular Java programs [24] that was as large as possible given our time constraints...

    Nels E. Beckmanet al. An Empirical Study of Object Protocols in the Wild

    • ...Our programs consist of the 100 applications of the Qualitas Corpus [20] release 20100719r and the two dominant Java benchmark suites: SPEC JVM [17] release 2008, and Dacapo [2] release 9.12-bach...

    Dmitrijs Zaparanukset al. The Beauty and the Beast: Separating Design from Algorithm

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