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GECCO
2006
Springer
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9 years 11 months ago
Towards effective adaptive random testing for higher-dimensional input domains
Adaptive Random Testing subsumes a class of algorithms that detect the first failure with less test cases than Random Testing. The present paper shows that a "reference metho...
Johannes Mayer
ISSTA
2006
ACM
10 years 1 months ago
Object distance and its application to adaptive random testing of object-oriented programs
Testing with random inputs can give surprisingly good results if the distribution of inputs is spread out evenly over the input domain; this is the intuition behind Adaptive Rando...
Ilinca Ciupa, Andreas Leitner, Manuel Oriol, Bertr...
ICSE
2008
IEEE-ACM
10 years 8 months ago
ARTOO: adaptive random testing for object-oriented software
Intuition is often not a good guide to know which testing strategies will work best. There is no substitute for experimental analysis based on objective criteria: how many bugs a ...
Ilinca Ciupa, Andreas Leitner, Manuel Oriol, Bertr...
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