Adaptive Random Testing

  title={Adaptive Random Testing},
  author={T. Y. Chen},
  journal={2008 The Eighth International Conference on Quality Software},
Summary form only given. Random testing is a basic testing technique. Motivated by the observation that neighboring inputs normally exhibit similar failure behavior, the approach of adaptive random testing has recently been proposed to enhance the fault detection capability of random testing. The intuition of adaptive random testing is to evenly spread the randomly generated test cases. Experimental results have shown that adaptive random testing can use as fewer as 50% of test cases required… CONTINUE READING
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