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Assieme A SSIEME – A Recommender System for Emacs Extensions Raphael Hoffmann CSE574, WIN06 1/13/2015 University of Washington.

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1 Assieme A SSIEME – A Recommender System for Emacs Extensions Raphael Hoffmann CSE574, WIN06 1/13/2015 University of Washington

2 Assieme Outline Motivation Related Work Demo Architecture Recommendation Algorithm (Privacy) (Data Collection) (Future Work) Conclusion

3 Assieme Motivation Users do not customize [Peres05, Lane05, Bhavnani00, Kay96, Oppermann94, Mackay91, Carroll87, Nielsen86, Grudin85, Rosson83, Card80] Users don’t know about customizations [Wulf01, Nilsen93] Users share customizations! [Won04, Wulf01, Gantt92, Mackay92, MacLean90] Can we support the sharing of customizations? Who is using more than 3 Emacs or Firefox extensions?

4 Assieme Related Work Systems for Software Users [Kahler01], [Ohsugi02] Systems for Software Developers agile software development [McCarey05] promote reuse [Ye02/05], [Varadarajan02], [Klein01], [Graedke99],... increase quality by making code consistent [Cubranic05] integrate information sources (e.g. news, CVS) [Cubranic03/04/05]

5 Assieme Demo

6 Architecture report events (SOAP send recommendation ) Client Assieme Emacs Extension 3 rd party Emacs Extension install record events recommend run Database Assieme Web Service storeretrieve use Server Emacs Collaborative Filtering Alg. Content-bsd. Filtering Alg. written in Lisp written in Java

7 Assieme Architecture - Client Feature Detectors Emacs command stream file type typed keywords menu use User Model SOAP Communication Client

8 Assieme Architecture - Server SOAP Communication Client Collaborative Filtering Algorithm Content-based Filtering Algorithm User Model User Id “Similar users have installed …” (similarity based on set of installed extensions) “In a similar context, many users have installed …” Captures long-term preferences Captures short-term needs Fusion

9 Assieme Content-based Filtering Algorithm Architecture - Server timestampFeature1Feature2ExtensionRating abc.el abc.el back.el google.el google.el1 SOAP Communication Client Collaborative Filtering Algorithm User Model Database UserIdExtensionRating 21abc.el0 433abc.el1 21back.el1 532google.el0 14google.el1 SVM User Id Learn classifier for each extension Memory-based Collaborative Filtering

10 Assieme Privacy User chooses feature detectors that she wants Missing data replaced by mean values Tradeoff between accuracy and privacy filetype-detector.el data: load: popularity: records the file extensions of all edited files, e.g. “.java”, and transmits their frequencies executed once for every file open and file save, low overhead high

11 Assieme Creating the database Database Emacs filetype:el hits Firefox/Thunderbird filetype:xpi hits Add-ins for MS applications filetpye:msi hits Web Crawler Seeds Index Custom Parsers Custom Indexers extract title and code language

12 Assieme Future Work – Ranking Components that are being heavily depended on may be more important (require …)

13 Assieme Future Work – Ranking Exploit link structure (or author structure) PageRank fails (no outlinks in extensions) Use EM approach –Compute value of web pages based on extensions –Compute value of extensions based on web pages elisp files: Elisp extensions (Authorities) Web pages (Hubs)

14 Assieme Future Work – Platform extend to different application software –Firefox and Thunderbird Extensions –Greasemonkey Scripts –Microsoft Office Add-ins –Eclipse Plugins –Latex Packages –WindowsXP tools (zip/unzip, viewers,…) provide universal XML interface

15 Assieme Conclusion thousands of software components online no efficient search interfaces & mechanisms available collaborative and content-based filtering are promising privacy issue can be solved


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