Follow
Rabe Abdalkareem
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Why do developers use trivial packages? an empirical case study on npm
R Abdalkareem, O Nourry, S Wehaibi, S Mujahid, E Shihab
Proceedings of the 2017 11th joint meeting on foundations of software …, 2017
1052017
On code reuse from stackoverflow: An exploratory study on android apps
R Abdalkareem, E Shihab, J Rilling
Information and Software Technology 88, 148-158, 2017
922017
An empirical study on the removal of self-admitted technical debt
ES Maldonado, R Abdalkareem, E Shihab, A Serebrenik
2017 IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution …, 2017
642017
What do developers use the crowd for? a study using stack overflow
R Abdalkareem, E Shihab, J Rilling
IEEE Software 34 (2), 53-60, 2017
472017
Challenges in Chatbot Development: A Study of Stack Overflow Posts
A Abdellatif, D Costa, K Badran, R Abdalkareem, E Shihab
International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR’20), 2020
422020
Which commits can be CI skipped?
R Abdalkareem, S Mujahid, E Shihab, J Rilling
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 47 (3), 448-463, 2019
262019
A machine learning approach to improve the detection of ci skip commits
R Abdalkareem, S Mujahid, E Shihab
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 2020
212020
On the impact of using trivial packages: An empirical case study on npm and pypi
R Abdalkareem, V Oda, S Mujahid, E Shihab
Empirical Software Engineering 25 (2), 1168-1204, 2020
182020
Examining user complaints of wearable apps: A case study on android wear
S Mujahid, G Sierra, R Abdalkareem, E Shihab, W Shang
2017 IEEE/ACM 4th International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering …, 2017
172017
An empirical study of android wear user complaints
S Mujahid, G Sierra, R Abdalkareem, E Shihab, W Shang
Empirical Software Engineering 23 (6), 3476-3502, 2018
162018
Using Others’ Tests to Identify Breaking Updates
S Mujahid, R Abdalkareem, E Shihab, S McIntosh
International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR’20), 2020
102020
Reasons and drawbacks of using trivial npm packages: the developers' perspective
R Abdalkareem
Proceedings of the 2017 11th joint meeting on foundations of software …, 2017
92017
Dependency smells in Javascript projects
AJ Jafari, DE Costa, R Abdalkareem, E Shihab, N Tsantalis
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 2021
62021
Studying Permission Related Issues in Android Wearable Apps
S Mujahid, R Abdalkareem, E Shihab
62018
Toward Software Measurement and Quality Analysis of MARF and GIPSY Case Studies, a Team 8 SOEN6611-S14 Project Report
C Singh, K Singh, P Manrao, R Kapoor, S Shukla, S Patel, S Preet, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1407.1328, 2014
62014
Toward Using Package Centrality Trend to Identify Packages in Decline
S Mujahid, DE Costa, R Abdalkareem, E Shihab, MA Saied, B Adams
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 2021
32021
On the Removal of Feature Toggles
J Hoyos, R Abdalkareem, S Mujahid, E Shihab, AE Bedoya
Empirical Software Engineering 26 (2), 1-26, 2021
22021
On the Untriviality of Trivial Packages: An Empirical Study of npm JavaScript Packages
MAR Chowdhury, R Abdalkareem, E Shihab, B Adams
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 16, 2021
22021
Helping or not Helping? Why and How Trivial Packages Impact the npm Ecosystem
X Chen, R Abdalkareem, S Mujahid, E Shihab, X Xia
Empirical Software Engineering, 27, 2020
22020
On Wasted Contributions: Understanding the Dynamics of Contributor-Abandoned Pull Requests
SH Khatoonabadi, DE Costa, R Abdalkareem, E Shihab
arXiv preprint arXiv:2110.15447, 2022
12022
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20