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FloPSy - Search-Based Floating Point Constraint Solving for Symbolic Execution

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FloPSy - Search-Based Floating Point Constraint Solving for Symbolic Execution
Recently there has been an upsurge of interest in both, Search– Based Software Testing (SBST), and Dynamic Symbolic Execution (DSE). Each of these two approaches has complementary strengths and weaknesses, making it a natural choice to explore the degree to which the strengths of one can be exploited to offset the weakness of the other. This paper introduces an augmented version of DSE that uses a SBST–based approach to handling floating point computations, which are known to be problematic for vanilla DSE. The approach has been implemented as a plug in for the Microsoft Pex DSE testing tool. The paper presents results from both, standard evaluation benchmarks, and two open source programs.
Kiran Lakhotia, Nikolai Tillmann, Mark Harman, Jon
Added 30 Jan 2011
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where PTS
Authors Kiran Lakhotia, Nikolai Tillmann, Mark Harman, Jonathan de Halleux
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