Elisabeth Getzner

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Spreadsheets are by far the most prominent example of enduser programs of ample size and substantial structural complexity. In addition, spreadsheets are usually not tested very rigorously and thus comprise faults. Locating faults is a hard task due to the size and the structure, which is usually not directly visible to the user, i.e., the functions are(More)
Spreadsheets often contain faults that are difficult to localize. Spectrum-based Fault Localization (SFL) assists users in the fault localization process by ranking cells by their suspiciousness to contain a fault. Since the ranking of the basic SFL approach is often imprecise, we propose three techniques to improve it, i.e., dynamic cones, grouping, and(More)
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