|Seeking participants for a recommendation tool(bug report assignment) study [message #1804121]
||Mon, 18 March 2019 21:04
| Disha Devaiya
Registered: March 2019
My name is Disha Devaiya. I am a computer science graduate student at the University of Lethbridge in Canada. I am here to invite you to participate in a research study about a tool for creating a recommender that will help with bug report assignment.
We are looking for 30 experienced software developers, bug triggers or quality assurance persons to participate in the study. A candidate must have more than 3 years of experience in software development or bug triaging or quality assurance. The research is scheduled to be open from March 25, 2019 to April 7, 2019. By completing this research study, you will have a chance to win a $25 CAD Amazon gift card (odds of winning are 1 in 5). At the end of the survey, you'll be asked to give your email address to enter the draw.
Participation in the study involves three parts:
Completing an initial survey asking about prior experience. This portion is expected to take 5 minutes.
Participants will work with a CASTR tool. Participants will be asked to create recommenders with different settings and different machine learning algorithms. This activity is expected to take a maximum of 1 hour.
The last part involves completion of a post survey questionnaire expected to take 15 minutes.
Your participation in the study will require the use of a laptop or desktop computer with internet access. The study is not designed to be done on a mobile device. You can withdraw from the study at any time.
If you are interested in participating, contact Disha Devaiya (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the details of your work experience like open source projects you worked on, and technologies. The selected candidate will receive an email to participate in the study with unique Study Id, the detailed guideline to create recommenders using CASTR and survey link.
Thank you for your time. If you would like more information about the survey or how the data will be used, please contact email@example.com. This research has been reviewed for ethical acceptability and approved by the University of Lethbridge Human Subject Research Committee.
Mathematics & Computer Science
University of Lethbridge
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