An enhanced marking target statement strategy of E-PIE for testability estimation

@article{Joshi2014AnEM,
  title={An enhanced marking target statement strategy of E-PIE for testability estimation},
  author={Megha Joshi and Neetu Sardana},
  journal={2014 Seventh International Conference on Contemporary Computing (IC3)},
  year={2014},
  pages={346-350}
}
To enhance the testing, testability has been introduced. Testability refers the ease of testing with which faults in software are revealed. PIE (Propagation, Infection, Execution) is the strategy to estimate the software testability. To reduce the computational overhead of PIE, E-PIE (Extended Propagation, Infection, Execution) has been introduced. E-PIE technique consists of three stages. During the initial stages program is broken into blocks and then groups are generated. During the final… CONTINUE READING

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