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Search Based Approaches to Component Selection and Prioritization for the Next Release Problem

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4 Author(s)
Baker, P. ; Motorola Labs., Viables Estate, Basingstoke ; Harman, M. ; Steinhofel, K. ; Skaliotis, A.

This paper addresses the problem of determining the next set of releases in the course of software evolution. It formulates both ranking and selection of candidate software components as a series of feature subset selection problems to which search based software engineering can be applied. The approach is automated using greedy and simulated annealing algorithms and evaluated using a set of software components from the component base of a large telecommunications organization. The results are compared to those obtained by a panel of (human) experts. The results show that the two automated approaches convincingly outperform the expert judgment approach

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Software Maintenance, 2006. ICSM '06. 22nd IEEE International Conference on

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24-27 Sept. 2006

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