The Qualitas Corpus Clone Collection (Collection) is part of the Qualitas Corpus (Corpus), which is a curated collection of software systems intended to be used for empirical studies of code artefacts. The Collection consists of data describing possible code clones — code fragments that are in some way similar to each other — found in most systems in the Corpus. The hope is that the accuracy of this data will be established (that is, error bounds will be provided) and, ideally, improved over time. All data provided should include its provenance — where the values came from. This will help provide some idea of how much the data can be trusted.
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A replication and reproduction of code clone detection studies Chen, Wang, Tempero. January 2013.
An unpublished paper describing the Clone Detector used to create the datasets in the first release of the Collection, and its application to part of the Corpus.
This is what was submitted to IWSC.