Jiaxin Zhu

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I am an assistant research fellow at Technology Center of Software Engineering, the Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences(ISCAS). I received my Ph.D degree (computer software and theory) from Peking University and Bachelor degree (computer science and technology) from University of Electronic Science and Technology of China.

I'm interested in mining software repositories to understand and improve technical and social aspects of software development.

Publications

Jiaxin Zhu, Minghui Zhou, and Audris Mockus. 2016. Effectiveness of Code Contribution: From Patch-Based to Pull-Request-Based Tools. (FSE 2016)

Jiaxin Zhu, Minghui Zhou, and Hong Mei. 2016. Multi-extract and multi-level dataset of mozilla issue tracking history. In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR '16).

Jiaxin Zhu, Minghui Zhou, and Audris Mockus. 2014. Patterns of folder use and project popularity: a case study of github repositories. In Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM '14).

Jiaxin Zhu, Hongwu Lin, Minghui Zhou, and Hong Mei. 2012. Review code evolution history in OSS universe. In Proceedings of the Fourth Asia-Pacific Symposium on Internetware (Internetware '12).

Contact me

Write me an email: zhujiaxin@pku.edu.cn

Drop by my office: F6, Building 5, the Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences.