2018 IEEE Workshop on Mining and Analyzing Interaction Histories (MAINT)

20-20 March 2018

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  • [Front cover]

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  • Welcome from the chairs

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  • The cost-benefit analysis of usage data in robotstudio (keynote)

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    Instrumenting development environments and automatically uploading anonymized data has a concrete cost. With the cautionary tale of the Eclipse IDE’s failed data collection effort looming over us, we must examine for ourselves the question: Is the cost worth it? In this talk I’ll do a deep dive into ABB’s own data collection effort for a robotics-focused development environment, Robot- Studio, wei... View full abstract»

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  • CodeCAM: capturing programmer's reaction during coding session

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    Software development has been plagued with the lack of documentation. We focus on ways to augment existing code comments with various external data sources such as a developer's monologue or facial expression, allowing its user to track the accompanying non-textual information from a final source code. We propose CodeCAM, a framework to capture a developer's reaction as well as its complete screen... View full abstract»

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  • Privacy preservation in interaction history on integrated development environments

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    The interaction history in a software development environment allows us to analyze how developers change source code and how they use tools on the integrated development environment. Sharing the interaction history with tool providers increases the chances that developers obtain better tools. However, the interaction history sometimes contains privacy-sensitive information, which is an obstacle in... View full abstract»

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  • Integrating source code search into git client for effective retrieving of change history

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    In order to achieve effective development management, it is important to manipulate and understand the change histories of source code in a repository. Although general version control systems provide change history manipulation, these systems are restricted to line-based and textual operations such as grep and diff. As such, these systems cannot follow the syntax/semantics of the source code. Whi... View full abstract»

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