Andrian Marcus is a Professor of Computer Science and the Principal Investigator of the Software Evolution and Testing Lab. He also serves on the faculty of the SEERS (SoftwarE Evolution ReSearch) Group. He is best known for his work on "using text retrieval and analysis techniques on software corpora for supporting comprehension during software evolution." Dr. Marcus's research interests include:
- Software Engineering
- Software Evolution and Maintenance
- Program Comprehension
- Software Analysis and Metrics
- Cognitive Models of Software Development Processes
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When bugs are reported, one important task is to check if they are new or if they were reported before. Many approaches have been proposed to partially automate duplicate bug report detection, and most of them rely on text ...
While automatic text summarization has been widely studied for more than fifty years, in software engineering, automatic summarization is an emerging area that shows great potential and poses new and exciting research ...