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When and why your code starts to smell bad
M Tufano, F Palomba, G Bavota, R Oliveto, M Di Penta, A De Lucia, ...
2015 IEEE/ACM 37th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering 1 …, 2015
3232015
Mining version histories for detecting code smells
F Palomba, G Bavota, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, D Poshyvanyk, A De Lucia
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 41 (5), 462-489, 2014
2682014
Detecting bad smells in source code using change history information
F Palomba, G Bavota, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, A De Lucia, D Poshyvanyk
2013 28th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software …, 2013
2682013
On the diffuseness and the impact on maintainability of code smells: a large scale empirical investigation
F Palomba, G Bavota, M Di Penta, F Fasano, R Oliveto, A De Lucia
Proceedings of the 40th International Conference on Software Engineering …, 2018
2492018
Do they really smell bad? a study on developers' perception of bad code smells
F Palomba, G Bavota, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, A De Lucia
2014 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution …, 2014
2452014
An experimental investigation on the innate relationship between quality and refactoring
G Bavota, A De Lucia, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, F Palomba
Journal of Systems and Software 107, 1-14, 2015
2322015
User reviews matter! tracking crowdsourced reviews to support evolution of successful apps
F Palomba, M Linares-Vásquez, G Bavota, R Oliveto, M Di Penta, ...
2015 IEEE international conference on software maintenance and evolution …, 2015
1952015
When and why your code starts to smell bad (and whether the smells go away)
M Tufano, F Palomba, G Bavota, R Oliveto, M Di Penta, A De Lucia, ...
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 43 (11), 1063-1088, 2017
1922017
Detecting code smells using machine learning techniques: are we there yet?
D Di Nucci, F Palomba, DA Tamburri, A Serebrenik, A De Lucia
2018 ieee 25th international conference on software analysis, evolution and …, 2018
1792018
Recommending and localizing change requests for mobile apps based on user reviews
F Palomba, P Salza, A Ciurumelea, S Panichella, H Gall, F Ferrucci, ...
2017 IEEE/ACM 39th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE …, 2017
1502017
An empirical investigation into the nature of test smells
M Tufano, F Palomba, G Bavota, M Di Penta, R Oliveto, A De Lucia, ...
Proceedings of the 31st IEEE/ACM international conference on automated …, 2016
1412016
Machine learning techniques for code smell detection: A systematic literature review and meta-analysis
MI Azeem, F Palomba, L Shi, Q Wang
Information and Software Technology 108, 115-138, 2019
1352019
A textual-based technique for smell detection
F Palomba, A Panichella, A De Lucia, R Oliveto, A Zaidman
2016 IEEE 24th international conference on program comprehension (ICPC), 1-10, 2016
1282016
A developer centered bug prediction model
D Di Nucci, F Palomba, G De Rosa, G Bavota, R Oliveto, A De Lucia
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 44 (1), 5-24, 2017
1172017
On the relation of test smells to software code quality
D Spadini, F Palomba, A Zaidman, M Bruntink, A Bacchelli
2018 IEEE international conference on software maintenance and evolution …, 2018
1052018
Notice of retraction: Does refactoring of test smells induce fixing flaky tests?
F Palomba, A Zaidman
2017 IEEE international conference on software maintenance and evolution …, 2017
1042017
UI dark patterns and where to find them: a study on mobile applications and user perception
L Di Geronimo, L Braz, E Fregnan, F Palomba, A Bacchelli
Proceedings of the 2020 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2020
100*2020
Lightweight detection of android-specific code smells: The adoctor project
F Palomba, D Di Nucci, A Panichella, A Zaidman, A De Lucia
2017 IEEE 24th international conference on software analysis, evolution and …, 2017
982017
Fine-grained just-in-time defect prediction
L Pascarella, F Palomba, A Bacchelli
Journal of Systems and Software 150, 22-36, 2019
962019
Toward a smell-aware bug prediction model
F Palomba, M Zanoni, FA Fontana, A De Lucia, R Oliveto
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 45 (2), 194-218, 2017
952017
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