BEN: A combinatorial testing-based fault localization tool

@article{Ghandehari2015BENAC,
  title={BEN: A combinatorial testing-based fault localization tool},
  author={Laleh Shikh Gholamhossein Ghandehari and Jaganmohan Chandrasekaran and Yu Lei and Raghu Kacker and D. Richard Kuhn},
  journal={2015 IEEE Eighth International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation Workshops (ICSTW)},
  year={2015},
  pages={1-4}
}
We present a combinatorial testing-based fault localization tool called BEN. BEN takes as input three types of information, including the subject program, the source code, an input parameter model, and a combinatorial test set created based on the input parameter model. It is assumed that the combinatorial test set has already been executed, and thus the execution status of each test is known. The output of BEN is a ranking of statements in terms of their likelihood to be faulty. In the fault… CONTINUE READING

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