Are faults localizable?

@article{Lucia2012AreFL,
  title={Are faults localizable?},
  author={Lucia and Ferdian Thung and David Lo and Lingxiao Jiang},
  journal={2012 9th IEEE Working Conference on Mining Software Repositories (MSR)},
  year={2012},
  pages={74-77}
}
Many fault localization techniques have been proposed to facilitate debugging activities. Most of them attempt to pinpoint the location of faults (i.e., localize faults) based on a set of failing and correct executions and expect debuggers to investigate a certain number of located program elements to find faults. These techniques thus assume that faults are localizable, i.e., only one or a few lines of code that are close to one another are responsible for each fault. However, in reality, are… CONTINUE READING

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