Almost all software testing is futile !

@inproceedings{HolcombeAlmostAS,
  title={Almost all software testing is futile !},
  author={Mike Holcombe and Florentin Ipate}
}
All software systems are subject to testing-for some of them testing is the major activity in the project. Testing, however, rarely gets the attention it deserves from researchers and developers, partly because its foundations are very weak and ill-understood. The principal purpose of testing is to detect (and then remove) faults in a software system. A number of techniques for carrying out testing, and in particular, for the generation of test sets exist. Many sophisticated (and expensive… CONTINUE READING

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