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Travelled to:
1 × China
1 × Estonia
1 × Germany
1 × Russia
2 × Italy
3 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
M.D.Storey C.Bird D.M.Germán L.Guerrouj M.P.Robillard A.E.Hassan L.Querel M.T.Rahman D.Bourque S.M.Donadelli Y.C.Zhu S.Azad M.Mukadam E.T.Barr P.T.Devanbu A.Najafi W.Shang L.Cheng R.I.Bull T.V.Nguyen A.T.N.0001 M.Karanfil T.N.Nguyen A.Hindle D.J.Hamilton
Talks about:
softwar (5) review (4) develop (3) peer (3) code (3) document (2) statist (2) practic (2) analysi (2) inform (2)

♂ Person: Peter C. Rigby

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Facilitated 3 volumes:

MSR 2015PrCo
MSR 2011ChaCo

Contributed to:

ICSE 20152015
MSR 20152015
SANER 20152015
ESEC/FSE 20132013
ICSE 20132013
MSR 20132013
FASE 20122012
ICSE 20112011
MSR 20092009
ICSE 20082008
MSR 20072007
CSCW 20062006
MSR 20062006
FSE 20162016
ESEC/FSE 20182018
ESEC/FSE 20192019

Wrote 17 papers:

ICSE-v2-2015-GuerroujBR #documentation
Leveraging Informal Documentation to Summarize Classes and Methods in Context (LG, DB, PCR), pp. 639–642.
MSR-2015-DonadelliZR #case study #fault #replication #using
Organizational Volatility and Post-release Defects: A Replication Case Study Using Data from Google Chrome (SMD, YCZ, PCR), pp. 391–395.
SANER-2015-GuerroujAR #stack overflow
The influence of App churn on App success and StackOverflow discussions (LG, SA, PCR), pp. 321–330.
ESEC-FSE-2013-RigbyB #convergence #overview
Convergent contemporary software peer review practices (PCR, CB), pp. 202–212.
ICSE-2013-RigbyR #documentation
Discovering essential code elements in informal documentation (PCR, MPR), pp. 832–841.
MSR-2013-MukadamBR #android #code review #overview
Gerrit software code review data from Android (MM, CB, PCR), pp. 45–48.
FASE-2012-BarrBRHGD #branch #development
Cohesive and Isolated Development with Branches (ETB, CB, PCR, AH, DMG, PTD), pp. 316–331.
ICSE-2011-RigbyS #comprehension #open source #overview
Understanding broadcast based peer review on open source software projects (PCR, MADS), pp. 541–550.
MSR-2009-BirdRBHGD #git #mining
The promises and perils of mining git (CB, PCR, ETB, DJH, DMG, PTD), pp. 1–10.
ICSE-2008-RigbyGS #case study #open source #overview
Open source software peer review practices: a case study of the apache server (PCR, DMG, MADS), pp. 541–550.
MSR-2007-RigbyH #analysis #developer #what
What Can OSS Mailing Lists Tell Us? A Preliminary Psychometric Text Analysis of the Apache Developer Mailing List (PCR, AEH), p. 23.
CSCW-2006-StoreyCBR #collaboration #development #social
Shared waypoints and social tagging to support collaboration in software development (MADS, LTC, RIB, PCR), pp. 195–198.
MSR-2006-GermanRS #comprehension #using
Using evolutionary annotations from change logs to enhance program comprehension (DMG, PCR, MADS), pp. 159–162.
FSE-2016-NguyenRNKN #api #named #statistics
T2API: synthesizing API code usage templates from English texts with statistical translation (TVN, PCR, ATN0, MK, TNN), pp. 1013–1017.
ESEC-FSE-2018-QuerelR #debugging #modelling #named #static analysis #statistics
WarningsGuru: integrating statistical bug models with static analysis to provide timely and specific bug warnings (LPQ, PCR), pp. 892–895.
ESEC-FSE-2018-RahmanR #testing
The impact of failing, flaky, and high failure tests on the number of crash reports associated with Firefox builds (MTR, PCR), pp. 857–862.
ESEC-FSE-2019-NajafiRS #commit #modelling #testing
Bisecting commits and modeling commit risk during testing (AN, PCR, WS), pp. 279–289.

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