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Our recent research has shown that the latent information found by commonly used topic models generally relates to the development history of a software system. While it is not always possible to associate these latent topics with human-oriented concepts, it is demonstrable that they identify historical maintenance relationships in source code. Specifically, when a developer makes a change to a software project, it is common for a significant part of that change to relate to a single latentdoi:10.1109/csmr.2012.51 dblp:conf/csmr/GrantCS12 fatcat:bgt66ojstzabxmhbesxoq4t5ei