Moran Shochat

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Code coverage is a common aid in the testing process. It is generally used for marking the source code segments that were executed and, more importantly, those that were not executed. Many code coverage tools exist, supporting a variety of languages and operating systems. Unfortunately, these tools provide little or no assistance when code coverage data is(More)
Code coverage is a common measure for quantitatively assessing the quality of software testing. Code coverage indicates the fraction of code that is actually executed by tests in a test suite. While code coverage has been around since the 60's there has been little work on how to effectively analyze code coverage data measured in system tests. Raw data of(More)
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