volume 29, issue 7, Pe1859 2017
DOI: 10.1002/smr.1859
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Abstract: Abstract Developers often bundle unrelated changes (eg, bug fix and feature addition) in a single commit and then submit a “poor cohesive” commit to version control system. Such a commit consists of multiple independent code changes and makes review of code changes harder. If the code changes before commit can be identified as related and unrelated ones, the “cohesiveness” of a commit can be guaranteed. Inspired by the effectiveness of machine learning techniques in classification field, we model the relevanc…

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