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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × China
1 × The Netherlands
1 × United Kingdom
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
G.C.Murphy M.D.Storey D.M.Germán J.Ryall M.Kersten M.P.Robillard J.Singer K.S.Booth E.F.Churchill J.Trevor S.A.Bly L.Nelson
Talks about:
develop (5) softwar (4) framework (2) support (2) use (2) understand (1) comparison (1) technolog (1) recommend (1) structur (1)

Person: Davor Cubranic

DBLP DBLP: Cubranic:Davor

Contributed to:

ICSE 20062006
ECOOP 20052005
MSR 20052005
SOFTVIS 20052005
CSCW 20042004
SEKE 20042004
ICSE 20032003
CHI 20002000

Wrote 8 papers:

ICSE-2006-CubranicSR #communication #comparison #programming
A comparison of communication technologies to support novice team programming (DC, MADS, JR), pp. 695–698.
ECOOP-2005-MurphyKRC #development
The Emergent Structure of Development Tasks (GCM, MK, MPR, DC), pp. 33–48.
MSR-2005-GermanCS #comprehension #development #framework #mining #tool support
A framework for describing and understanding mining tools in software development (DMG, DC, MADS), pp. 31–35.
SOFTVIS-2005-StoreyCG #development #framework #on the #overview #process #using #visualisation
On the use of visualization to support awareness of human activities in software development: a survey and a framework (MADS, DC, DMG), pp. 193–202.
CSCW-2004-CubranicMSB #case study #development #learning
Learning from project history: a case study for software development (DC, GCM, JS, KSB), pp. 82–91.
SEKE-2004-CubraniM #automation #categorisation #debugging #using
Automatic bug triage using text categorization (DC, GCM), pp. 92–97.
ICSE-2003-CubranicM #development #named #recommendation
Hipikat: Recommending Pertinent Software Development Artifacts (DC, GCM), pp. 408–418.
CHI-2000-ChurchillTBNC #documentation
Anchored conversations: chatting in the context of a document (EFC, JT, SAB, LN, DC), pp. 454–461.

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