A Survey on Software Fault Localization

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Software fault localization, the act of identifying the locations of faults in a program, is widely recognized to be one of the most tedious, time consuming, and expensive - yet equally critical - activities in program debugging. Due to the increasing scale and complexity of software today, manually locating faults when failures occur is rapidly becoming… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TSE.2016.2521368

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@article{Wong2016ASO, title={A Survey on Software Fault Localization}, author={W. Eric Wong and Ruizhi Gao and Yihao Li and Rui Abreu and Franz Wotawa}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering}, year={2016}, volume={42}, pages={707-740} }