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Abed Soleymani, Ali Torabi, Mahdi Tavakoli
In this paper we present an empirical study on the refactoring activity in three well-known projects. We have studied five research questions that explore the different types of refactorings applied to different types of sources, the individual contribution of team members on refactoring...
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Instead of using a dedicated backup power source to fulfill the energy needs of buildings during contingencies, a reward mechanism for providing reliability-as-a-service (RaaS) via electric vehicles (EVs) is proposed in this study. The proposed positive reward mechanism comprises an upfront...
Measurement of construction labor productivity involves various subjective factors (e.g., motivation, stress, and fatigue). Most measurement approaches for subjective factors in productivity applications require manual data collection (e.g., questionnaires, interviews, and observations);...
Software readability is a property that influences how easily a given piece of code can be read and understood. Since readability can affect maintainability, quality, etc., programmers are very concerned about the readability of code. If automatic readability checkers could be built, they could...