HATARI: Raising Risk Awareness (Research Demonstration) - ESEC/SIGSOFT FSE 2005
by Jacek Sliwerski, Thomas Zimmermann, Andreas Zeller

Proceedings of the 10th European Software Engineering Conference held jointly with 13th ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on Foundations of Software Engineering, Pages 107-110, ACM, September 2005.

ISBN: 1595930140

Digital Library via DOI: 10.1145/1081706.1081725 - Local copy: Download as PDF file.

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Abstract

As a software system evolves, programmers make changes which sometimes lead to problems. The risk of later problems significantly depends on the location of the change. Which are the locations where changes impose the greatest risk? Our HATARI prototype relates a version history (such as CVS) to a bug database (such as BUGZILLA) to detect those locations where changes have been risky in the past. HATARI makes this risk visible for developers by annotating source code with color bars. Furthermore, HATARI provides views to browse through the most risky locations and to analyze the risk history of a particular location.

BibTeX Entry

@inproceedings{sliwerski-fse-2005,
    title = "HATARI: Raising Risk Awareness (Research Demonstration)",
    author = "Jacek Sliwerski and Thomas Zimmermann and Andreas Zeller",
    year = "2005",
    month = sep,
    booktitle = "Proceedings of the 10th European Software Engineering Conference held jointly with 13th ACM SIGSOFT
International Symposium on Foundations of Software Engineering",
    location = "Lisbon, Portugal",
    pages = "107--110",
    publisher = "ACM",
    ISBN = "1595930140",
    doi = "10.1145/1081706.1081725",
}

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