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Traceability material from the ALBERGATE project (in ITALIAN); requirements, Java classes and traceability matrix is
available; see the paper:
Giuliano Antoniol, Gerardo Canfora, Gerardo Casazza, Andrea De Lucia, and Ettore Merlo. Recovering Traceability Links between Code and Documentation. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 28:970-983, October 2002
Buffer overflow data including some skeleton of Unix buffer overflow prone old daemon sinatnces; see the paper:
Concettina Del Grosso, Giuliano Antoniol, Ettore Merlo, and Philippe Galinier. Detecting Buffer Overflow via Automatic Test Input Data Generation. 35:3125-3143, February 2007
A dataset of bugs reports from Mozilla, Eclipse and JBoss manually classified; see the paper:
Giuliano Antoniol, Kamel Ayari, Massimiliano Di Penta, Foutse Khomh, and Yann-Gael Gueheneuc. Is it a Bug or an Enhancement? A Text-based Approach to Classify Change Requests. In , volume CASCON, Toronto, CA, pages 304-318, Oct. 27-30 2008.