Are Some Refactorings Attached to Fault-Prone Classes and Others to Fault-Free Classes?

AGILE METHODS: LARGE-SCALE DEVELOPMENT, REFACTORING, TESTING, AND ESTIMATION, pp. 136-147, 2014.

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A topical and relevant issue in the area of refactoring is the nature and characteristics of classes to which refactorings are applied. In particular, if we scrutinise the total set of refactorings applied to the classes of a system over different releases, which refactorings are applied to fault-prone classes and which to fault-free clas...More

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