If you are particularly interested in system requirements, I am not quite sure how you could map this to the code itself, unless compiler optimisation is taken into account. Nonetheless, that is mainly automated.
-- Klaus Guenther English Linguistics University of Bamberg
Eric Atwell schrieb:
> I also seek source code corpora, but with English-language requirements
> specifications accompanying each program; for a PhD project on mapping
> from English specification to formalism and/or code. Any pointers welcome.
> Eric Atwell, School of Computing, University of Leeds
> On Thu, 20 Nov 2008, sdb at cs.rmit.edu.au wrote:
>> Dear colleages,
>> My research relates to authorship attribution of source code (that is,
>> determining the owner of anonymous work samples based upon other work
>> samples where authors are known).
>> I'm looking for recommendations for source code corpora for this task
>> for any programming language. For the corpora to be useful, authorship
>> has to be identified.
>> My work to date has involved student programming assignments, and I'm
>> now interested in other sources such as industry and open-source
>> Many thanks,
>> Steven Burrows
>> PhD Candidate, Sessional Lecturer
>> School of Computer Science & Information Technology
>> RMIT University
>> GPO Box 2476V, Melbourne VIC 3001, Australia
>> o: 14.09.04
>> p: +(61 3) 9925 2758
>> f: +(61 3) 9662 1617
>> e: steven.burrows at rmit.edu.au
>> w: www.cs.rmit.edu.au/~sdb
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