Automated unit-level testing of java memory leaks

@inproceedings{Hong2015AutomatedUT,
  title={Automated unit-level testing of java memory leaks},
  author={Lijuan Hong and Ju Qian and Jifeng Cui},
  year={2015}
}
Java programs may suffer from serious memory leak bugs. To resolve these bugs, various leak diagnosing and even fixing techniques have been proposed. However, in literature, there is very few work, which focuses on memory leak testing. Without revealing leak phenomenon by testing in advance, even excellent leak diagnosing and fixing techniques can be hard to work. In software testing, unit testing is a technique to avoid faults at early stage of software development. This paper proposes an… CONTINUE READING

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