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Automating programming via concept mining, probabilistic reasoning over semantic knowledge base of SE domain

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3 Author(s)
Maxim Talanov ; GDC Fujitsu Russia, Sibirski Trakt 34, Kazan, Russia ; Andrei Krekhov ; Aidar Makhmutov

Software engineering is at the very start of it's automation. There are a lot of helpers, code-generators, IDE-s and so on that does not really help to automate the complete software development life-circle from Functional requirements specification till the actual code. We explore the idea to generate the actual software solution using standard Functional requirements specification, change request or bug-report in three main modules: linguistic, perceiving and solution generation with heavily used knowledge base in OWL (web ontology language).

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Software Engineering Conference (CEE-SECR), 2010 6th Central and Eastern European

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13-15 Oct. 2010