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Gonzalez-Sanchez, A. (author), Abreu, R. (author), Gross, H. (author), Van Gemund, A. (author)
When failures occur during software testing, automated software fault localization helps to diagnose their root causes and identify the defective components of a program to support debugging. Diagnosis is carried out by selecting test cases in such way that their pass or fail information will narrow down the set of fault candidates, and,...
report 2010
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Gonzalez-Sanchez, A. (author), Abreu, R. (author), Gross, H. (author), Van Gemund, A. (author)
In development processes with high code production rates testing typically triggers fault diagnosis to localize the detected failures. However, current test prioritization algorithms are tuned for failure detection rate rather than diagnostic information. Consequently, unnecessary diagnostic effort might be spent to localize the faults. We...
report 2010
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Abreu, R. (author)
Locating software components that are responsible for observed failures is a time-intensive and expensive phase in the software development cycle. Automatic fault localization techniques aid developers/testers in pinpointing the root cause of software failures, as such reducing the debugging effort. Automatic fault localization has been an...
doctoral thesis 2009
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Abreu, R. (author), Zoeteweij, P. (author), Van Gemund, A.J.C. (author)
Because of constraints imposed by the market, embedded software in consumer electronics is almost inevitably shipped with faults and the goal is just to reduce the inherent unreliability to an acceptable level before a product has to be released. Automatic fault diagnosis is a valuable tool to capture software faults without extra effort spent...
report 2006
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