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Characterizing Duplicate Bugs: An Empirical Analysis
2021 IEEE International Conference on Software Analysis, Evolution and Reengineering (SANER)
Bug handling is an essential part of the software development process. Ideally, in a bug tracking system, bugs are reported, fixed, verified, and closed. In some cases, bugs have to be reopened mostly due to an incorrect fix. However, instead of reopening the existing bug report, users may submit a new report on a previously reported bug, which causes duplicate bug reports. Additionally, users might report duplicate bugs if they are unable to reopen the previously reported bugs due to the bugdoi:10.1109/saner50967.2021.00084 fatcat:gdglxy2durfnzfpytnuvvvqasi